Scottsdale 11, Peoria 7
Jose Tena put together a three-hit performance that catapulted him into the AFL batting lead. The trio of base hits brought Cleveland’s 12th-ranked prospect’s slash line to .442/.537/.558 with five doubles in 12 Fall League games. The 20-year-old notched 116 total hits over 107 games with
Scottsdale 11, Peoria 7
Jose Tena put together a three-hit performance that catapulted him into the AFL batting lead. The trio of base hits brought Cleveland’s 12th-ranked prospect’s slash line to .442/.537/.558 with five doubles in 12 Fall League games. The 20-year-old notched 116 total hits over 107 games with High-A Lake County this season.
Triston Casas (BOS 2) extended his hitting streak to 11 games and collected a pair of hits, improving his batting line to .322/.444/.424. San Francisco’s Will Wilson (No. 15) hit the game's lone home run for the Scorpions -- a 420-foot blast with an exit velocity of 107 mph.
For Peoria, Luke Waddell (ATL 29) posted a multihit game with a double, an RBI and a run scored. More »
Mesa 12, Surprise 9
Nelson Velazquez continued his scorching run at the plate with a three-hit night that included his Fall League-leading seventh long ball, two runs scored and a walk. The No. 29 Cubs prospect cranked the two-run dinger with two outs in the opening frame. The 22-year-old is sporting a .392/.494/.743 slash line through 18 games.
Miami’s Kameron Misner (No. 22) connected with his second tater in as many games – a two-run blast in the second. He also walked twice and scored all three times he reached base.
For Surprise, Yankees infield prospect Andres Chaparro launched his second dinger of the campaign – a two-run moonshot to left in the eighth – as part of a two-hit game. Elijah Dunham (NYY 24) added a pair of knocks and scored. Donovan Casey (WAS 18) collected two hits, a walk and drove in a pair. More »
Glendale 11, Salt River 2
Carson Taylor collected both of his hits in the fourth inning – a home run and a single – while driving in three runs and scoring twice. The No. 30 Dodgers prospect mashed his dinger 401 feet with an exit velocity of 104 mph. He's hitting .409/.409/.682 with two homers in 22 AFL at-bats.
Two other Dodgers prospects contributed to the Desert Dogs victory as James Outman (No. 27) went 3-for-4 with two doubles, three runs and an RBI, and he also threw out Mets’ Wilmer Reyes at third base to snuff a rally in the fifth. Jacob Amaya (No. 14) went 2-for-4 and scored a run.
On the other side, Mario Feliciano (MIL 13) accounted for three of the Rafters 11 hits. More »