Blue Jays Chavez Young A Fun Loving Minor League Player
Blue Jays Chavez Young a Fun loving minor league player.
The Toronto Blue Jays 2016, 39th round MLB draft pick Chavez Young is having a career minor league season with lots of fun.
Drafted June 2016, Chavez played his first minor league game July 27th and he collected his first hit July 30th.
In that game he went 1 for 4 against the GCL Phillies Finishing his first season with 16 hits in his last 51 at bats in 12 games, he also had a hit in nine straight games before ending that season 0 for 12 and a batting average of .274.
On June 23rd he was sent to the Blue Field Blue Jays of the Appalachian League. where In 62 games he had 71 hits in 252 at bats for .282 batting average, they also played but lost to Pulaski Yankees in the playoffs.
After the lost to Pulaski Yankees, Chavez was call back to the Vancouver Canadians for their post season run where this time they was successful winning the Northwest League Championship over Eugene Emeralds , 3 games to 1.
The Fun continues 2018
The Andre Rodgers National Baseball Championships the top tournament in the Bahamas where all of the minor leagues played.
The Midwest League All Stars Classic & Home Run Derby
During the time out in the home run derby the fun loving little kids in them came out
Hence not sure of anyone having more fun at the Mid-Season than Chavez, look at the Gatorade bucket shower
After celebrating the walk off single by the Dayton Dragons Montrell Marshall to give the East All Stars the win.
Playing good steady baseball Chavez picked right up where he finished the first half of the season.
Final regular season game Chavez faced fellow Bahamian Todd Isaacs and the Lake County Captains who won 3-2.
The Lansing Lugnuts went on to the Midwest League west Division playoffs against the Bowling Green HotRods.
A Career Season
A career season for this up and coming minor league baseball players from Freeport, Grand Bahama, Bahamas.
He Finishing the season with a .285 batting average, in 470 at bats, with 88 runs, 134 hits, a total of 209 bases, 33-2B, 9-3B, 8-HR, 57-RBI, 58-BB, 100-Ks and 44-SB all career highs.
He was eleventh in the league in hitting, first in runs scored, sixth in hits and fourth in stolen bases. More league stats.
Blue Jays Farm System
In Blue Jays system loaded with MLB Top Prospects who fathers impacted the game at the MLB level.
There is a Chavez Young a happy fun loving baseball minor league player with the Lansing lugnuts.