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After an illustrious career of being the most successful magician to play the game of baseball, right-handed batter, Javy Baez, who bats right-handed, by the way, will head off into the sunset of baseball retirement with 2,999 hits.
he MVP-caliber season that Javy Baez is having for the Cubs in 2018 is certain to come to end Monday night in Washington, D.C., when he takes part in MLB’s annual Home Run Derby. With the “Full Javy” expecting to be jacked up to levels yet unseen, many experts believe that serious injury will be the end result.
"We were on our way to the airport and Javy comes up to me all sad," said Maddon. "'Hey coach,' he says, 'after the series I just had in Los Angeles, do you think I can just stay and play baseball here?'"
Cubs’ second baseman and bat-flipper extraordinaire, Javy Baez, needed to be restrained by his teammates in the locker room after getting into an altercation with a mirror when his reflection looked at him the wrong way.
Joe Maddon is at it again. With his pitching staff depleted following an epic five-game ALDS against the Nationals, the Cubs skipper has named infielder Javy Baez the NLCS Game 1 starting pitcher in Los Angeles Saturday night.