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Javier Baez - SS CHC


FouLLine

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Hope they have his travel arrangements to meet the team in the works already...I haven't seen anything in the way of a formal announcement of his call-up and I'd like to start him at 2B this week.

I can't imagine he'd travel with the AAA team to Oklahoma City for their road series starting there tomorrow if they plan on having him join the big league club that's about to start a 6 game home stand tomorrow with a day off on Thursday.

So what's the best case in terms of immediate PT? He gets there Tuesday to play in Tuesday night game...may or may not play in the day game on Wednesday...CHC off Thursday...then Friday-Sunday, he plays 3 of the 4 weekend games so total of 4 games (give or take) or so for the week for we weekly lineup owners?

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i could see him putting up dozier type numbers, as soon as next year.

dozier 2015

.245/26 hr/48 rbi/10 sb

Seems like a reasonable comp

Dozier never had more than 9 HRs in a season in the minors. Baez had 37, as a 20 year old. I'll let you do the math and figure out the potential IF Baez has figured it out.

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Remember we talk about prospects with low floors and high floors. Baez has a lower floor than most of the young Cubs in the majors. But also make no mistake... only Baez has unicorn potential. If he figures it out. He will be the best young Cub and that's saying a lot.

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Remember we talk about prospects with low floors and high floors. Baez has a lower floor than most of the young Cubs in the majors. But also make no mistake... only Baez has unicorn potential. If he figures it out. He will be the best young Cub and that's saying a lot.

Bold quote... But he certainly has that type of potential. Fantasy wise especially.

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i could see him putting up dozier type numbers, as soon as next year.

dozier 2015

.245/26 hr/48 rbi/10 sb

Seems like a reasonable comp

Dozier never had more than 9 HRs in a season in the minors. Baez had 37, as a 20 year old. I'll let you do the math and figure out the potential IF Baez has figured it out.

I think he's trying to keep his projection / comp within reason. There's always the if, but I think those numbers are more than within reach for Baez next year.

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