Baez went 1-for-5 with a game-winning single in the 11th inning against the Pirates on Sunday. Baez scuffled at the plate until the 11th inning, when he delivered a one-out single to bring home the runner who started the frame on second base. The young shortstop is slashing .243/.300/.541 through nine games, and those numbers should continue to rise.
Baez went 1-for-3 with a solo home run, an additional run scored, a walk and two strikeouts in Saturday's 4-3 win over the Pirates. Baez got off to a slow start this season, but he has been seeing the ball better of late -- the slugging infielder has recorded hits in four of his last five games, going 6-for-20 with three homers, two doubles and five RBI during that stretch.
Baez went 3-for-5 with two home runs, a double, three RBI and three runs scored Tuesday against the Reds. Baez came through with both of his home runs late in the game -- one in the seventh inning, the other in the ninth -- to help secure a win for the Cubs. They were his first two long balls of the season, though he now has two multi-hit efforts five games into the campaign. He'll look to stay hot Wednesday as the team continues its series in Cincinnati.
Baez went 2-for-4 with a run scored in Saturday's loss to the Brewers. Baez went 0-for-4 in Friday's season opener but bounced back quickly. He remains one of the most potent offensive players in the league and should produce good counting stats in the heart of a strong Chicago lineup.
Baez posted a .429/.500/.786 slash line with three home runs in 11 Cactus League games before play was suspended. The electric 27-year-old wasted no time getting into a groove this spring, though it's unclear when he or any other MLB players will be able to take the field again due to the coronavirus pandemic. When play is able to resume, Baez should quickly return to posting elite numbers for the Cubs.
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