Offspring ring Javier Baez

The Chicago Cubs will ring prized infield prospect Javier Baez,

The Chicago Cubs will ring prized infield prospect Javier Baez, who will make his significant association make a big appearance on Tuesday against the Colorado Rockies.

The Cubs’ first-round pick in 2011, Baez, positioned by’s Keith Law as the eighth-best prospect in baseball, has recuperated from a moderate begin in his first season at Triple-An Iowa. In the wake of batting only .172 in April, Baez has slanted up every month since.

In the 20 diversions after the Triple-An All-Star break, he hit .342 with nine homers and a 1.159 OPS. He batted .300 with 10 homers in July and hit his 22nd and 23 grand slams on Sunday.

For the season, the 21-year-old Baez is slicing .260/.323/.510 with 80 Rbis.

A shortstop for much of his vocation, Baez, who hit 37 homers between Class An and Double-A last season, has played all the more a respectable halfway point of late in expectation of a major alliance call-up on the grounds that the Cubs have three-time All-Star Starlin Castro dug in at short.

Arismendy Alcantara, a 22-year-old infield prospect rang to the Cubs on July 8, conceivable will move from a respectable halfway point to play for the most part focus field with Baez in the lineup.

Baez played in the Futures Game amid the All-Star merriments in Minneapolis, hitting a grand slam.




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