7 Yummy Facts About Cubs Player Javier Baez!

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Javier Baez Spells Woof!

By: John Hollywood

Chicago Cubs baseball player Javier Baez is a wickedly hot man that we can’t get enough of. With jet black hair and a million-dollar smile, this infielder makes are our hearts go pitter patter!

At Gay Pop Buzz, we love talking sports, particularly when a player is muscled up with tats. That’s why we thought it might be kind of fun to post an article about Mr. Baez.

How could we not cover this guy – I mean have you taken a look at him? Every inch of the guy spells sexy!

What follows are 7 facts about Javier Baez you might not know. We’ve tried to focus on the yummier aspects of this man, which totally wasn’t hard to do.

Be sure to vote in our Javier Baez poll at the end of this post to pick your fantasy date.

OMG Javy – we totally just want to lick you! OK check this out.

Try Not To Suck Tomorrow For Mommy. #JB9

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Gay Pop File Javier Baez (Nickname Javy)

Birthday: December 1, 1992 in Bayamon, PR

Height: 6’0

Zodiac Sign: Sexy Sagittarius

Shoe Size: 12-13 (Visual inspection)

Eyes: Brown

Body Type: Tatted Up Jock

Llego Santa. #MerryChristmas #JB9

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1. Born in Puerto Rico

Javier is from Bayamon, Puerto Rico and comes from a working class family. Bayamon is considered part of the metropolitan area of San Juan. It’s also the island’s second most progressive city.

He moved to Jacksonville, Florida in 2005. Many young Puerto Ricans are currently moving to Florida because of Puerto Rico’s difficult economy.

Related: Gay Puerto Rico guide to bars, hot men and beaches

2. He had some difficulty adjusting

When Javier first moved to Jacksonville, he had a rough go of it. The main reason is because he struggled with English because Spanish was his native tongue.

Through a process of trial and error, he spent three years memorizing words and then focused on learning their actual meaning.

3. He went Major League in 2014

Javier’s lifetime dream of becoming a major league baseball player happened on August 5, 2014. And what a day it was!

In his rollout that day, he hit his first career home run; the game-winner in the nail biter 12th inning win against the Colorado Rockies. This made him the first player since Miguel Cabrera in 2003 to hit an extra innings home run in their debut.

Related: Sick hot baseball player Kevin Kiermaier bio with pics!

Lets go to Miami boys. #JB9 #Cubs

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4. Javier Baez has HOT tattoos

Javier has a number of tattoos. One of them is the MLB logo tatted to his neck. He got this inked on him before he went major as part of a family tradition.

Javier also has tattoos on his forearms, with a particularly wolfish Puerto Rican flag on his right forearm. Yes Javier, we’re drooling over them!

5. Some tragedy

Javier is the third of four children. Sadly, the youngest of the kids named struggled with Spina Bifida. Javier was extremely close to her.

On April 8, 2015, she passed away just before Javier could visit her one last time at the hospital. Her death deeply impacted him.

6. He’s built like a brick sh*thouse!

When you take a look at Javier Baez’s Instagram page, you can’t help but notice how built this guy is. The photographic evidence suggests he has a set of six pack abs and digs Calvin Klein underwear.

7. He’s done drag at least once

Don’t you love when a hot, masculine dude that’s all tatted up can feel comfortable putting on woman’s clothing?

Check out this cute picture Javier put on Instagram for Rookie Day. You can’t miss him – he’s in the blue dress with the inked forearm!

Javier Baez Fantasy Date Poll

Now that you have reviewed the 7 facts about Javier Baez, it’s time to vote in our poll. Remember, you can only have one choice so choose wisely!



  • I need a Man Man not some boy who likes to dress in Drag. Any Manly man left in this world???

  • Peter Franzi

    Hate to nitpick, but it’s Spina Bifida, not Bina Bifida. Hard to respect the journalism with such an obvious gaffe.

    • Peter,

      Thanks for your comment. I have corrected it. Remember, we’re a small blog and it is just my partner and I who run. We don’t have a team of editors here. 🙂

      • Peter Franzi

        If you want an editor, I’d be happy to volunteer.

        • Jay

          Why would they accept such a volunteer after you just said you don’t respect them?