December 4, 2020
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FOLLOWING his Canberra Cavalry’s third place finish in the Australian Baseball League, Chavez Young was named one of the Toronto Blue Jays’ 28 non-roster invitees to Major League Spring Training.
CHAVEZ Young and the Canberra Cavalry continued their recent streak into the Australian Baseball League playoffs and advanced to the semifinals.
Chavez Young was back in the lineup for the Canberra Cavalry and had his most productive series of the season to help his team clinch a playoff berth in the Australian Baseball League.
AFTER several delays to the start of the Australian Baseball League, Chavez Young finally had an opportunity to make his debut, but following an injury in his first at bat, the switch hitting outfielder has been sidelined.
OPENING weekend did not go as planned for Chavez Young and his Canberra Cavalry in the Australian Baseball League as COVID-19 restrictions led to another delay for the already shortened season.
CHAVEZ Young and his Canberra Cavalry are two weeks away from opening day and will have a busy two months of gameplay after the Australian Baseball League released its revised schedule.