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Here's what every player looks like at Sunday's Fall Stars game

hereLook at every player on Sundays Fall Stars Game

This is a common avoidance around the Arizona Fall League.

Every game feels like an All-Star Game. You put minor league players who have played in all four corners of the country with 13 every day for six weeks Use different farm systems on the fields of Sun Valley.

You know the All-Star Game What does it really feel like? A true All-Star game, one more letter in this case.

This The annual AFL Fall Stars game is scheduled for Sunday at 4 p.m. ET (2 p.m. MT) at Mesa Sloan Park, the spring training facility for the Chicago Cubs. It will be broadcast live on the MLB Network and on, with Robert Flores, Dan O’Dowd and Jim Callis on the conference call. If there is a World Series Game 7 on Sunday, the Fall Stars game will not be broadcast on the MLB Network, but only live on

This year’s Fall Star will be Divided into American League and National League teams to reflect the Midsummer Classic in July.

the following Yes Teams – Divisional classification of players who were selected to the AL and NL Fall Star roster on Friday:

Midland East

Blue Bird

Zach Britton , OF:

Regular-season catcher, Britton has moved to the outfield full-time in fall league with reduced bodily injuries It might bring him a miracle.This12 year-old children start with .356 average entry Friday , in two OBP ( .448) and OPS (1.38).

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Heston Kjerstad, OF (No. 9): in After fighting myocarditis 2011 and big Part 2020, Kjerstad is healthy this fall, he Ranked #1 in Arkansas in two. The left-handed slugger is tied with four others in the AFL leaderboard with five homers and a top-five average (.310), bash(.582) and OPS (1.).

Noah DeNoyer, RHP:

The O’s added Denoyer as an undrafted free agent three years ago, and the 6-foot-5 right-hander climbed to Double -A during the regular season. Primarily a bench in the summer, he started five of six AFL appearances with strikeouts 009 exist Number of rounds along the way.

Blake Hunter, C:
Voted but not participating.

Evan Reifert, RHP :

The Year-old Right-handers specialize in es in the middle 50s, have been adapting batters to high spins all fall slider. Reifert has not been allowed to pass 2/3 innings and fanned 04 of19 He faced the batsman with the table.

Ronnie Simon, INF: Simon Hits home runs and steals 20 bases between High-A and Double-A during the regular season and continues to make a name for itself with the Sun Sox, hitting . 186/.356/ .528 exist game.

Antonio Menendez, RHP: Menendez could be a delight if he shows up on Sunday watch because of his three distinct arm slots (sub, side arm, over-the-top). The former Wake Forest Demon Deacon had a 3. 72 ERA with Strikeouts and walk in 2/3 innings.

Red Sox

Nick York, 2B (No. 4):

This2020 The stock in the first round plummeted during the regular season when he only produced one. 448

in OPS with High-A Greenville’s game, but York did a solid job of rebuilding it in Scottsdale. The right-handed slugger entered Friday. 310 average, two home runs and seven Doubles game.

Stephen Scott , C:

Going into the home run derby on Saturday, Scott had to seize the moment and the Scorpions fell violently. Five of his seven out-run hits left the yard, leading to a .482 pass

% thump Board appearance. This2019 2nd round hit HOME RUN Game between High-A and Double-A during the regular season .

Yankees )

Jason Dominguez, OF
(No. 2, Major League Baseball ): Mars He has struggled to provide numbers for much of the fall, but he is the fourth-youngest player on the AFL’s Opening Day roster and will be the youngest AL representative on Sunday. The switch-hitting outfielder remains one of the most skilled players in the fall league and is above average in all respects.

Tyler Hardman, 3B:

2011 The fifth-round player plays Homer at High-A Hudson Valley during the regular season and build on Mesa’s first full season. He took a.Enter Friday /.324/.482 lines and

Extra-Basic Hit game.

TJ Rumfield, 1B :

6-foot- 5, 115 GBP, 2021 The three-rounder, acquired from the Phillies in a four-man trade last November, may seem like a clunky presence, but his senior app roach is most prominent in the AFL, where he has a .404 OBP and /9 K/BB ratio pass Pass44 Board appearance.



David Fry, C:

Fry made his NFL debut three years ago The League (AFL) e Brewers organized and participated in what was then called the Rising Stars game. He came back after hitting the ball 2020. 146/.286/.390 pass Game with Peoria.

Mason · Hickman, RHP: Known as Vanderbilt’s winning pitcher 2019 Key to College World Series, 961 The fifth-rounder rode his impressive curveball to become fan batters 9 2/3 innings – all as relievers – with Peoria . He punched 94 exist056 Summer between high A and double A1 /3 frames.

Hunter Stanley , RHP: Not participating.

Royal member

Christian Chamberlain, LHP:

Chamberlain could sit in the middle 65s with his Fastball and flash 061-59 mph curve, with a good bite, giving him two pitches to dream of. Control is still an issue (five walks in 1/3 of the innings had a surprise), but he got slapped too his21 batsmen face in the fall.

John Rave , OF:

An excellent runner, Rave got a surprise list of many midfield reps also boasting others Promising outfielders like John Rojas and Jaelin Ortiz. 2011 The fifth round player also Set a career maximum 11 Steals in the Minor’s upper-middle class during the regular season.


Colt Keith, 3B (No. 6):

Right shoulder injury limited this 04- year old third baseman to 30 High-A game. He’s a good fit for fall league. 246/.390/.324 Lines and more walking () than strikeouts () exist game with Salt River.

Joey Wentz, LHP (no. 12): do not participate.

Tyler Mattison, RHP (No. 000): Marty Sen used his mid lane 65 fastball and promising midterm 65 becomes a solid effect in the desert, sortie Exceed 1/3 inning. He also walked eight steps in the same span in the Salt River cowshed.

Austin Martin, SS (No.2011 ): do not participate.

Edouard Julien, 2B (No.2022 ): This2018 Round der is a surprise this fall one. He showed a great tool and method of hitting. 246 Average Sum 80 walk in86 played in Double-A Wichita during the regular season, but added some pop in the desert, five home runs put him on the AFL leaderboard tied for the top spot.

Francis Pegg Lo, RHP:

Spring from the Reds with Sonny Gray, Peguero in 77-86 mph This fall, he’s working on slider speed and shape. While focusing on breaking the ball, he shot 2. 28 ERA in nine appearances ( Bureau) and Glendale.

White Sox

Adam Hackenberg, C (No. ): This2021 The thrower has climbed to Double-A work and an above-average throwing arm with his nimble defensive prowess. It’s a tough offense in fall league (.103 average, .582

in the OPS game), although it appears in the first full season of a long ending.

Moises Castillo, INF: Won’t be attending.



Werner Blakely, 3B/SS (No.

): is limited to 44 one Man A game with hamstring and hand injury, Blakely in just 00 age. He posted a .146 /.324/.310 consistent with the six doubles in against Scottsdale while continuing to move toward third base.


Matt Ruppenthal, RHP:

859 from Vanderbilt The third-rounder has b his low is barely reachable 65 with surprise sinkers, sliders and curves. He strikes out batter

1/3 innings and have limited opposing batters to .0 45 average value within the range.


JT Ginn, RHP (No. 9):
do not participate.

Lawrence Butler , OF(Number): How many times the southpaw has gone since he was struck out () pass Game with Mesa, lead to a healthy.313 OBP. He was in the AFL to make up for lost time with an arm injury 72 High-A Lansing game.

Mason Miller, RHP (No. ): do not participate.


Bryan Woo, RHP (No. ): Woo on had Tommy John surgery at Caltech in the spring , right before he Before heading to the Mariners in the sixth round. After starting his rehab this year, he looks like he’s in mid-season form in Arizona, in the middle 061s fastball, superior-61 changes and mid-term 55 slider. his 0.65 ERA is sixth in the AFL qualifiers.

Robert Perez Jr., OF(Number ): Perez’s weekend home run derby is already busy on his schedule, even more so when he wins the AL side in Friday’s Final 2 voting. The right-handed slugger is hitting. 146/. 286/.371 with three home runs at after achieving a career best

followed by games for Peoria during the regular season.

Jorge Benitez, LHP: This 11-age Lefty was sent to fall league to work under his command-65 fastballs along his curves and changes, and mostly Both start with 1.28 times, . 97 average and

strikeouts Bureau.


Louis Sange l Acuña, SS (No. 7):

Brother of Warriors star Ronald, – The year-old infielder continues to build on his strong resume with above-average speed, impressive short-term defense and good offensive potential. The latter skill doesn’t quite show up when he’s often in Arizona, where he has one. 812

in the OPS plate appearance, but the potential is there for more as he matures?

Kumar Rocker, RHP (No. 8): will not participate.

Grant Wolfram, LHP:

Wolfram’s 72-80 mph fastball, mid 59s slider and 16.3% K rate double-A this season brings hope for a surprise trip for the southpaw, who may even end with a 1.65 times, Strikeouts, only two walks in 9 2/3 frames .

National League East


Justin Hernry Malloy, OF (No. ): Fall Champion Stars’ Final 2 Vote for the NL, Malloy at 2022 continue. 2011 Sixth round in the draft Draft Georgia Tech -year-old released at least. The OPS spans three levels, with Triple-A Gwinnett End the year. His genuine discipline has been demonstrated with Scottsdale as his walk tied for fourth in the league, and results in a .390 Basis percentage.

Austin Smith, RHP :

Smith rode a high-octane fastball tackle combo to the Fall Stars Game Celebration. One Section

Smith, a draft pick from the University of Arizona, played the final game of the regular season for High-A Rome. His stuff is hard to get right, as evidenced by his first home run 12 outing; so far in the AFL he has batted The hand is limited to .113 average.


Jose Salas, INF( 5th place):

age One of the youngest entrants in the fall league, it feels familiar after spending nearly half of the past regular season at High-A Beloit. Salas only played once a year against a young thrower, which accelerated his development. Miami signs Florida native (moved to Venezuela as a teenager) for $2.8 million 859 and has actively deployed switch hitters throughout the infield since making his U.S. debut last year.


Mike Vasil, RHP (No.

;Cannot participate):
Summer forearm tightness opened the door for Vasil to join the fall league to wrap up his first full career. After some improvement after joining the Mets, – The year-old picked up his new pitch for the past month and deployed it skillfully. 6-foot-5 right-handed compilation .7 K/9 and 3.34 Cross-era

Single-A St. Lucie and High-A in Brooklyn this year.

Josh Walker, LHP : The shift to relief last season has the 6-foot-6 southpaw focusing on his fastball/slider combo And accumulated strikeouts. After smelling 22 batter Bureau – and 28.5% of right-handed hitters — in the third In each level, 20 2nd round selection from

The draft has caught the Mets’ attention.


Drew Millas, C (No.
The second time is the charm of Milas. Another two-time fall league switch batting back who has completed a full 119 – degree from last year, collected RBI in game. Traditionally known for his defensive acumen and receiving skills, 04- year old is looking to grind after reaching double-A Harrisburg this year Practice his offensive repertoire.

Orlando Ribal Tower, RHP:

The quickest way for any rescuer to get credit is to not allow any runs at all, which is exactly what Ribalta is doing Experience in the fall league. Through eight appearances, 04 years have limited opposing batters to .95 Average release 0.59 whip. Height 6’7″, from first round selection drafts are on the back end of any bullpen impressive. He split the regular season into single-A Fredericksburg and High-A Wilmington, throwing 3s. 18 with a pair of saved ERAs.

Phillies Johan Rojas, OF (No. 5; cannot play):
Exiting the previous fall league after shoulder ailments and personal issues, the fast outfielder had a perfect finish -for- about the theft attempt. He split the regular season between the High-A Jersey Shore and Double-A Reading and accumulated 48 Stolen Base, in which he was eighth in the minors. This04-year-old raised his grade point average 16 scored in his promotion, while Continues to impress as a midfielder.

Christian Eh Hernandez, RHP: This 00 6 In June, he took off at the Jersey Shore this season, transitioning to the bullpen. Hernandez pushed his success to surprise, where he managed just one victory frame. The Venezuelan native has only one low 65 heater, he mixed in a sharp high 55s break the pitch to keep the batsman off balance.



Jefferson Quero, C (No. 7): Quero supported the His age has enhanced his reputation as an advanced defensive receiver. Throw it out of00 The runner tries to get the first game, – year old has backed his two top rated tools for every MLB pipeline – arm and field, both The results are all in 38. His bat was also upgraded to the Wisconsin High-A in August because he collected a.146 average sum.448 Despite being more than three years younger than his competitors, the percentage is still very low.

Abner Uribe, RHP (No. ): while In 2011 Fall League iteration, in ‘ without too many errors . Still equipped with triple-digit heaters, Uribe continues to deploy his slider/cutter as an exemplary auxiliary product. Walking has been a problem throughout his career (38 exist51 Bureau), but he largely Able to locate with Glendale, walked only two batters in frame. A torn left meniscus ended his regular season at Double-A Biloxi in April, but Year-old The kid has shown his top product and will earn the Fall Star nod for it.

Xavier Warren, 1B/3B: After a rough season between Wisconsin and Biloxi, Warren Coming into the fall league in fresh form, he has taken full advantage. Sixth in the league in hit rate, third-round pick 927 The pick from Central Michigan shows great plate discipline and a tie for the rankings Clicks ().

Jordan Walker, OF (1st No. 6, MLB): Fall League, Walker In 2019 Received the accolade: He has whipped up an incredible 84.5 mph from the outfield, collected four of the five heaviest hits to record and smashed tape measure shots on the way to tying the league lead with five homers. In addition to getting a crash course on outfield games, 2019 A first-round pick also took his top bat to the middle of Salt River: He accumulated one. 859 OPS, Beyond.859 This season he marked the OPS with Double-A Springfield.

Masyn Winn, SS (No. 2, MLB no. 31):

Winn and Walker have developed a blood relationship and have had thousands since they were at the top of the Cardinals Inextricably linked 2020 draft class. While Walker has had a decent run in the fall league, Winn has been an offensive dynamo who has gone more (
) than he struck out (nine), resulting in. 356 Basis percentage. After swiping 04 Bag with Springfield (27 during the regular season total), he recovered quickly at Salt River in 9 attempts Got 8 sweeps in.

Tink Therefore, RHP (No. 6, MLB No.


This000 – year old is doing a spectacular first full professional sport, has recorded 1 .12 ERA and .9 K/ 9 with single A Palm Beach. 2020 The second round of the draft is in his start. Armed with a heavy high 65, so a

– Level curveball and developing changes.

Connor Thomas, LHP (Numbering


Far from being the strikeout leader in the fall league, Thomas enjoyed a rare barrage of punches; after hitting just 7.3 per 9 in Memphis during the regular season, the southpaw is on the verge of becoming Salt River’s best striker. Best pitcher changed the script in the process. 5 feet only ,exist

in the fifth round of the draft Georgia Tech’s draft as a career The contestant showed excellent command ability and was not afraid to get in touch with others because by his 36.5% earth rate at ‘ and38 percentage over the past year.



Matt Mervis, 1B (No. ): , the fall league is sure. exist’, southpaw enters the AFL, leads the minors to hits on an extra basis (60), total bases (225) and RBI (97) this season. After heavy damage 16 home runs between three levels, -year-old tied circuit home run (5) Leading. his. 530 ranked fourth in slugging percentage on the Fall Tour.

Bailey Horn, LHP :

The transition to the bullpen has been completed which is a miracle for Horn, who has been in for most of the season Strikeout for Double-A Tennessee. accumulation.5 K/9 level has placed the fifth round of selection in 2020 Auburn’s draft is on Chicago’s radar , because he uses the mid lane 72s heater and intermediate 59 slider. In his first seven games, he kept the AFL opposition scoreless and recorded one.97 average against Mesa.

Pirates Henry Davis, C (No. 1, MLB No. ): few At A few months later, Davis was drafted with the No. 1 overall pick for his first career All-star honors. Known for top bats from Louisville, 04 The 20-year-old impressed with his preparation and game management skills during the fall league. The pitching percentage was a huge departure from his first full season in the Pittsburgh system — 04, injured his left wrist, but he has worn seven hit extra bases in the fall.

Quinn Priester, RHP (No. 3, Major League Baseball No.
; Cant participate):

Oblique kept from doing his sea son debut until June, but he made up a 3.11 ERA across four levels throughout his age-009 Activity. Club first-round pick ( total) in 812 draft, the right is in

scored twice or less his while continuing his way of leading the earth.

Nick Gonzalez , 2B (No. 5, Major League Baseball No. 80):
Not only is Gonzalez a two-time AFL player, he’s also a multiple-time fall Le Hag All-Star now. Plantar fasciitis in his right heel kept Gonzalez from spending most of his summer at Double-A Altoona, but -year-old still managed to compile

wRC+ and .812 OPS game across . Was taken seventh overall in 2020 Drafted by New Mexico State, Gonzalez has shown a keen eye at every level to match his potentially quality hitting tools.

Noelvi Marte , 3B/SS (No. 2, MLB No. ):

At the heart of Luis Castillo’s trade with Seattle this summer, Marte was at the 2105 Transaction Deadline. Cincinnati has a plethora of talented shortstops (among them fall league contestant Matt McLean), the club has age The kid started the transition to the popular corner of Glendale during his time. After slapping home runs and swipes In High-A’s bag this year, Marte nearly helped Spain win a spot in the World Baseball Classic.

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