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2013 Arizona Fall League Gallery Four

December 26, 2013 | by RotoRob | Comments Comments Off

In November, Tim McLeod visited the Arizona Fall League, and while a full scouting report won’t be coming this year, he took some photographs — tons of them in fact. Today, we offer up our final gallery.

See our previous galleries here:

Gallery One

Gallery Two

Gallery Three

All photos by Tim McLeod.

Albert Almora is an impact outfield prospect for the Chicago Cubs.

Albert Almora, seen here advancing to second, isn’t the greatest basestealer and he continued to prove that at the AFL.

Byron Buxton is going to be a hard worker for the Minnesota Twins.

Byron Buxton, seen here with Angels prospect C.J. Cron, flashed some decent extra-base power in the AFL.

Byron Buxton is on the fast track for the Minnesota Twins.

Byron Buxton’s walk rate wasn’t as good as usual in the AFL.

Byron Buxton is now the best prospect in baseball for the Minnesota Twins.

Byron Buxton, see here after reaching first base, struck out way too often at the AFL.

Drew Hutchison

Drew Hutchison got the better of Henry Urrutia here. In five starts at Triple-A this year, Hutchinson failed to earn a win.

Jorge Soler saw plenty of action for the Chicago Cubs in the AFL.

Chicago Cubs’ outfield prospect Jorge Soler, seen here at first base with game MVP Brett Nicholas, got into 20 games at the AFL, but was not overly impressive.

Sammy Solis is 25 for the Washington Nationals.

Sammy Solis, who has a unique arm action, has never thrown a complete game as a professional.

Stefen Romero spent some time in High-A this year for the Seattle Mariners.

Stefen Romero, seen here rounding third after a three-run homer, averaged a hit per game during his brief time in High-A this season.

Stefen Romero didn't flash much extra-base power in High-A for the Seattle Mariners.

Stefen Romero, seen here receiving congratulations after his three-run homer, failed to employ his running game at High-A this year.

Now it’s your turn. What do you think of Tim’s photos? Let us know in the comments below.

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2013 Arizona Fall League Gallery Three

December 25, 2013 | by RotoRob | Comments (1)
In November, Tim McLeod visited the Arizona Fall League, and while a full scouting report won’t be coming this year, he took some photographs — tons of them in fact. Over the next few weeks, we will unveil our exhaustive collection of images of the top prospects at the AFL.
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2013 Arizona Fall League Gallery Two

December 10, 2013 | by RotoRob | Comments Comments Off
Brandon Maurer managed one win in six AFL starts, but emerged from the prospect showcase with a losing record.
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2013 Arizona Fall League Gallery One

December 4, 2013 | by RotoRob | Comments (1)
In November, Tim McLeod visited the Arizona Fall League, and a full scouting report is apparently coming. The multi-talented McLeod also took some photographs — tons of them in fact. Over the next few weeks, we will unveil our exhaustive collection of images of the top prospects at the AFL.
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Minor Matters: Jonathan Cornelius Adjusting to Double-A

July 31, 2013 | by RotoRob | Comments (0)
He was a mid-season All-Star in the New York Penn League in his first season, averaging over a strikeout per inning, and last season he was even better in full-season ball, pitching in a swingman role and showing nice groundball tendencies.
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