Cubs News: Pete Crow-Armstrong highlights non-roster invitees

The Chicago Cubs are preparing for a very interesting season. They made a lot of moves this off-season but nobody knows if they are going to actually be a good team. There is no doubt that they will be better than they were last year but by how much exactly?

The National League is a monster at the top right now. It is going to be very hard for the Cubs to find a playoff berth but there is a chance. New faces like Cody Bellinger, Dansby Swanson, Eric Hosmer, and Trey Mancini amongst others are trying to make an impact.

Of course, people are going to be excited to see those guys perform in Cubs colors during spring training as they should. All of them bring something different that is going to help this baseball team in 2023. 

Folks should also be excited about the non-roster invitees coming to Chicago Cubs’ spring training this year. All of these players are hoping to be noticed by the right people during the spring exhibition season.

The Chicago Cubs have their 2023 spring non-roster invitees selected.

There are players on this list that most Cubs fans will recognize for different reasons like Brailyn Marquez, David Bote, and Matt Mervis but Pete Crow-Armstrong highlights them all. He is the number one prospect in the Cubs organization and he should be a great player very soon.

He already made it clear that he is excited to watch and learn from other great outfielders on the team like Cody Bellinger. Even if Bellinger doesn’t live up to the hype with his bat (as he really shouldn’t expect to), he is valuable for that reason alone. People can learn a lot from him.

Crow-Armstrong is also an outfielder that has a ceiling as high as anyone they have. The Cubs acquired him from the New York Mets in the Javier Baez trade and now it is about to pay off for them.

It is unclear exactly when Peter Crow-Armstrong is going to make his Major League debut but you’d have to figure that it comes sometime in 2023. If he takes full advantage of this invite to spring training, it may be sooner than later.