Baez is not an 80 power guy. I've not seen him rated higher than 70 by anyone reputable, and I haven't seen anything out of him that would give me reason to revise that.
I'm also not sure that Bryant is that much closer to the majors than Soler. Both could start in Daytona or Tennessee, both are nearly certain to finish no lower than Tennessee barring a complete collapse or injury, and both should be in the conversation for starting jobs in spring training 2015.
Respectfully disagree with this post, kind of
I have seen Baez been given an 80 Power this fall, but only once. The thing with Baez is though, a lot of his raw power translates to game power because of his bat speed, which is why he hit 37 HR. Guys like Soler have raw 80 power but certainly not in games yet, for he doesnt have the elite bat speed and hasn't mastered how to add proper lift to the ball. But yeah, I think Baez has 70 raw power, but also 70 game power
The reason Bryant is closer than Soler is because he has simply played more baseball over the last few years. Soler's defecting process + injuries have lead to him missing a lot of time, so getting a full season in the minors is going to be pretty important. Because he is on the 40 man already, I could most certainly see him as a September call-up if the situation calls for it. Most advanced scouts believe Bryant will be up before that