The Cubs landed four in the Top 100. These four have much more buzz associated with them than the four in the prospects set.
I'll start with the lowest and work my way up.
Number 37, Albert Almora The 19-year-old from Florida was the Cubs #1 selection last June. He broke his left had in spring training and has yet to play a game this year. He played his first game of the season yesterday at Kane County.
Number 34, Jorge Soler Theo took a big risk by signing the Cuban Soler to a nine year, $30 million deal. He's had some temper issues in the minors this season, but he's hitting over .300. With the dollars invested in him, I'd expect to see him in a Cub uniform by 2015.
Number 14, Javier Baez This guy seems to have it all...speed (20 SB in 57 games), power (12 HRs) and average (.333). He had a really nice spring while with the Cubs, but there wasn't ever any thought that he was MLB-ready. He's in High A ball right now.