Meanwhile, the Chicago Cubs added to their minor league system, putting some punch down there that may help them later in the season for a Postseason run. The NL Central Division leaders signed outfielder Carlos Gonzalez to a minor league deal on Thursday, this after he was designated for assignment by the Cleveland Indians earlier this season. The 33-year-old was cut on May 22nd after hitting .210 with two home runs and five RBIs in 105 at-bats. The left-handed hitter joined "The Tribe" on March 19th, but did not join them at the major league level until April 14th. "CarGo" is well known for his time with the Colorado Rockies and is a career .285 hitter, with 233 home runs and an .845 OPS.