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Watch: Baez/Candelario Highlights From Split-Squad Game

While we were all enjoying the Cubs take on the A’s on WGN (or at Sloan Park if you’re lucky), some of our other favorite Cubs were taking on the Giants in a non-televised game. MLBAM was nice enough to give us a couple highlights of Javier Baez and Jeimer Candelario. The post Watch: Baez/Candelario Highlights From Split-Squad Game appeared first on Cubs Insider.
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10 hours ago

Javy Baez got a big new tattoo to celebrate the Cubs’ title

Javy Baez was a huge part of the Chicago Cubs winning their first World Series title since 1908. The infielder showed off his tremendous abilities at the plate, defensively, and on the basepaths during the Cubs’ championship run.Baez’s highly entertaining game comes with a lot of flair, and that’s a pretty good representation of how he is off the field as well.The 24-year-old...
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Cubs 2B Javier Baez shows off his magnificent new World Series champions tattoo

When we last saw Cubs second baseman Javier Baez on the field, he was wowing us with his slick defense, delivering clutch hits and helping the Cubs capture their first World Series title in 108 years. It’s doubtful that Baez, who homered in Chicago’s thrilling Game 7 win over the Indians, needed a permanent reminder of the historical championship run. But he now has one, as he...
Via FOX Sports
19 hours ago

Javier Baez gets Cubs World Series Champions tattoo

Life is good for Cubs infielder Javier Baez. He’s 24 years old, and will soon be entering his prime, with a World Series ring to boot. That’s not something many players can boast about. Baez wants to make sure he remembers the World Series win, for the rest of his life. And now he’s made a move to make sure of it. The young infielder recently showed off some new ink in spring...
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Javier Baez’s New Cubs World Series Champions Tattoo Is Very Aggressive

Javier Baez has some new ink to commemorate the Chicago Cubs’ 2016 World Series win, and it’s aggressive, to say the least. Baez revealed a new tattoo this week at Cubs spring training. It’s located on his left arm and is really, really big, which maybe shouldn’t be all that surprising given that the 24-year-old infielder has a tattoo of the Major League Baseball logo on...
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LOOK: Javier Baez gets Cubs World Series tattoo

Chicago Cubs infielder Javier Baez added some ink to his body to help celebrate his team's 2016 World Series win. Baez got a new tattoo on his left arm which reads "2016 World Series Champions" and has the Cubs logo below it. It also features the Commissioner's Trophy right in between the words and logo. Cubs beat writer Carrie Muskat tweeted out a picture of the new ink: ...
1 day ago

Baez celebrates Cubs' title with new tattoo

Javier Baez will never forget his first World Series championship, and he has a new tattoo on his left shoulder to commemorate it.
1 day ago

Next stop on Ian Desmond's journey is first base for the Rockies

SCOTTSDALE, Az. – It’s 7:45 a.m. on Field R8 at the Rockies’ spring-training complex, nearly two hours before the team’s workout will begin.Field R8 actually is a half-field, designed for infield practice. Ian Desmond is at first base. DJ LeMahieu is at second, joining his new infield partner for early work for the first time.LeMahieu, a Gold Glove winner in 2014, does not...
Via FOX Sports
2 days ago

Javier Baez explains funny reason for going blonde

It’s a great day for baseball fans. Pitchers and catchers have started reporting to Arizona and Florida across the industry and media are making sure fans know everything that’s going on with the players. Especially the important stuff. One of these breaking developments revolves around the reigning World Series Champions, one of the first baseball teams to report to spring training...
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11 days ago  |  Discuss

Javier Baez: The Best (Defensive) Player in Baseball

Whether tuned into the game’s various intricacies, no matter how subtle, or merely a casual observer, everyone has different reasons for watching Major League Baseball. For me, it’s stellar defense through and through. A love of defense is the reason that I openly advocated for Nick Ahmed to have a starting gig on a real life […]
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17 days ago  |  Discuss

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