VOTE NOW: AFL Fall Stars Game's Final 2

November 3rd, 2022

For the past five weeks, some of MLB’s best prospects have been showing out in the Arizona Fall League. With the 16th annual Fall Stars Game set for 4 p.m. ET/2 p.m. MST on Sunday at Mesa's Sloan Park, you get a say in which prospects will play in the showcase, as’s Fall Stars Final 2 Vote is now open.

Until 12 p.m. ET on Friday, fans can vote on who gets the last two roster spots in the game, with one spot representing the American League and one representing the National League. The full rosters will be announced later Friday. Voting is open here.

Here are the players up for selection:

American League

Mason Auer, OF, Mesa Solar Sox, Rays No. 12 prospect
Auer’s batting .263 across 15 Fall League games with four doubles, two triples and two home runs. He’s also stolen eight bases.

Zack Gelof, 2B, Mesa Solar Sox, Athletics No. 3 prospect
An infielder who normally plays third base, Gelof has starred at second base in the Fall League, recording 15 hits with two home runs and six RBIs.

Robert Perez Jr., 1B, Peoria Javelinas, Mariners No. 12 prospect
A power slugger in the Mariners’ system, Perez has shown off his power in the Fall League, mashing three home runs in 17 games, including the longest recorded by Statcast during the 2022 AFL season -- a 448-foot blast.

Will Wagner, 2B, Surprise Saguaros, Astros
In 12 games in the Fall League, Wagner’s batting .349 with six doubles, two triples and 11 RBIs.

National League

Cal Conley, SS, Scottsdale Scorpions, Braves No. 12 prospect
Conley’s displayed his tools in 18 games thus far, recording 17 hits with four doubles, two triples, two home runs and 13 RBIs with nine stolen bases.

Justyn-Henry Mallory, OF, Scottsdale Scorpions, Braves No. 11 prospect
Mallory’s tallied 18 hits with four doubles and five RBIs with a .290 average.

Luis Matos, OF, Scottsdale Scorpions, Giants No. 3 prospect
Like Mallory, Matos has recorded 18 hits along with hitting three doubles, two home runs and two doubles along with driving in 12 runs.

Jose Ramos, OF, Glendale Desert Dogs, Dodgers No. 8 prospect
Ramos is batting .267 in 15 Fall League games with 16 hits and nine RBIs.