Hey look, a new blog post at The Friendly Blogfines!

Or just 'The Blogfines' now (which is our Twitter handle anyway: @TheBlogfines).

Some yahoo stole our previous url as we (were lazy and) missed the deadline to renew that one, so now we're http://www.theblogfines.com. So, if you have us on your blogroll or would like to bookmark us or something, there you go.

This is also our first post since July, and not much has changed since then: The Cubs are still quite awful. But, the farm system is quite fantastic. In fact, Baseball Prospectus recently ranked the Cubs' farm system as the second-best in baseball.

And a big reason the farm system is so highly regarded is because of third baseman (and possible future Cubs corner outfielder) Kris Bryant, the No. 2 overall pick in the 2013 MLB Draft.

Bryant is widely considered a top-10 prospect in baseball, mainly because of the prodigious power he possesses. And on Friday against the Angels in the Cubs' second Spring Training of the 2014 baseball year, the 22-year-old Bryant showed us that prodigious power in his first-ever Spring Training at-bat:

Boom. It's 420 feet to straight-away center at the Angels' Tempe Diablo Stadium, so that is one hell of a poke.

The Cubs were absolutely walloped by the score of 15-3, but seeing Bryant hit that bomb (and fellow super prospect Albert Almora smoking a double to the wall right before that) should leave fans feeling pretty good about the day overall.

Get The Latest Blogfines Updates By Following Us On Twitter.