The former Mississippi State defensive back led all of minor league baseball with 16 triples in 2009 and received an in-season promotion in 2010, reaching Triple-A for the first time. Prior, Chambers had been named a Texas League All-Star. Across the two stops, he was 14-for-19 in stolen base attempts.
Chambers received an invitation to the Arizona Fall League prospect showcase and has impressed. Often leading off and playing left and centerfield for the Surprise Rafters, the 24-year-old left-handed hitter has a .302/.344/.396 line and is a perfect 7-for-7 stealing bases.
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"He was one of those guys that was kind of under the radar," May observed. "One thing with him was that he was always confident about his abilities ever since he signed. He has come along so quick because he's got a lot of talent. He's got good bat speed. He's got good speed on the bases. He has a good arm and defensively, he is getting better. He is coming around."
In the following exclusive audio clip, Chambers discusses his breakout 2010, how he has adjusted his game as professional and his hopes for the future.
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