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Q&A with Brandon Guyer


If there was an award for Comeback Player of the Year in the Cubs' farm system, outfielder Brandon Guyer would certainly be at the top of the list of candidates. As it is, the 24-year-old Guyer took home Player of the Year honors in the Cubs' system after batting .344 with 13 home runs, 58 RBI and 30 stolen bases in 102 games at Class AA Tennessee.

Guyer got his first taste of Double-A ball last season when the Cubs skipped him a level at the start of 2009. He struggled, batting just .190 in 57 games en route to a demotion to Class High-A Daytona. Guyer soon found his groove in the Florida State League and ended the second half on a tear, batting .347 in 73 games. He got his second shot at Double-A this season and wouldn't disappoint... Recommended Stories

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