The Book on Javier BaezCHC

Graduated Prospect Info

Javier Baez / SS, CHC
Born 12/1/1992
Toa Baja, PR, P.R.

Height 6-1
Weight 200
Bats/Throws R/R
2219 | 1/1/2015

24 598 218 669 289

Total professional at-bats: .

Javier Baez is no longer tracked as an eligible prospect in Scouting Book.

Final rookie-eligible season: 2014.


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News and Notes

8/8/2014 by KDaddy

Javier Baez continued his surprise power surge last night, hammering two home runs in his third MLB game and leading the Cubs to a 6-2 victory in Denver. If the goal of calling Baez up during the Coors Field series was to build up his confidence... mission accomplished. Great job kid. Don't get cocky.

8/6/2014 by KDaddy

Making his MLB debut against the Rockies in Colorado, Javier Baez went 0-for-5 with three strikeouts before homering in the 12th inning to provide the go-ahead, and eventual game-winning run for the visiting Cubs.

8/4/2014 by KDaddy

And so it begins. Javier Baez is on his way to Denver for Tuesday's game against the Rockies. Baez, who's probably the team's best shortstop option, is more likely to play second base for now, deferring to the more-senior Starlin Castro. He leaves fellow super-prospects Kris Bryant and Jorge Soler behind in AAA Iowa for now, under the capable tutelage of hitting coach Manny Ramirez. Unless Baez melts down completely, he won't return to the minors.

5/30/2014 by KDaddy

Cubs phenom Javier Baez has been named the PCL Offensive Player of the Week, after slashing .400/.419/.900 from May 19th to 25th.

3/17/2013 by KDaddy

Despite a hot spring in which he's slashed .324/.343/.706 with four homers, Cubs superprospect Javier Baez will be demoted to minor league camp this week. This makes a lot of sense, considering he doesn't really have a position yet, and the Cubs won't be winning with or without him. Better to keep him under control a little longer as the team tries to line up other young players who can bolster the MLB club at the same time.

11/2/2012 by KDaddy

Excitable Cubs prospect Javier Baez, having a fine time showing off in the Arizona Fall League, broke his thumb yesterday. The cause of the injury: an overenthusiastic high five. He's done until spring.

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