Below is a recap of each player's performance from the 13th edition of the Arizona Fall League's Fall Stars Game at Surprise Stadium in Surprise, Ariz. on Saturday night.A number of the game's top prospects were on display, including MLB Pipeline's No. 1 overall Vladimir Guerrero Jr., as the West
Below is a recap of each player's performance from the 13th edition of the Arizona Fall League's Fall Stars Game at Surprise Stadium in Surprise, Ariz. on Saturday night.
A number of the game's top prospects were on display, including MLB Pipeline's No. 1 overall Vladimir Guerrero Jr., as the West division earned a thrilling 7-6 walk-off victory over the East.
Second baseman Jahmai Jones, the Angels' No. 4 prospect, started and went 0-for-3 for the East. Right-hander Brett Hanewich struck out all three batters he faced and touched triple digits with his fastball in a one-inning relief appearance.
Astros No. 2 prospect, right-hander Forrest Whitley, started and pitched two scoreless innings. He allowed just two walks and struck out a batter. Righty Trent Thornton (Houston's No. 24) pitched the fifth inning in relief, allowing one hit and striking out a pair of batters.
Luis Barrera came off the bench to play left field and had a single in two at-bats.
Blue Jays (West)
Vladimir Guerrero Jr., the top prospect in baseball, went 1-for-4, but certainly made that at-bat count as he crushed a double off the wall with a 117 mph exit velocity. Nate Pearson (Blue Jays' No. 4) got the start for the West and although he only threw one inning -- giving up one run on one hit -- he garnered plenty of attention as he hit 104 mph. Cavan Biggio (No. 9) went 1-for-5 and posted a 102 mph exit velocity on his single. More »
Cristian Pache, the Braves' No. 6 prospect, went 1-for-2. Kyle Muller (No. 12) was credited with the hold, but gave up one run on two hits in his inning of work.
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Brewers' No. 1 prospect Keston Hiura went 0-for-2 and drove in a run via a sacrifice fly.
Evan Kruczynski, gave up one hit over two scoreless innings.
The Cubs' No. 6 prospect Nico Hoerner played third base and went 1-for-2 at the plate. Right-hander Bailey Clark was tagged for two runs on three hits in 2/3 of an inning.
Arizona's top prospect Jon Duplantier allowed a run and struck out a batter in one inning of relief. No. 4 Pavin Smith went 1-for-3 with an RBI and a walk, and Daulton Varsho (D-backs No. 5) was the East's starting backstop. He went 0-for-3 with two strikeouts.
Keibert Ruiz (Dodgers' No. 2) made the most of his one at-bat, finishing 1-for-1 with an RBI single. Jordan Sheffield yielded one hit and also notched a strikeout in two-thirds of a frame.
The Giants' No. 19 prospect, right-hander Melvin Adon, gave up a run on two hits and struck out a batter in one inning of relief. One of the hardest throwers in this year's Fall League, his fastball topped out at 102 mph in the outing.
Yu Chang, the Indians' No. 6 prospect, went 1-for-2 with an RBI triple that had an exit velocity of 110 mph.
Evan White, the Mariners' No. 2 prospect, went 0-for-2. David McKay walked one and gave up a run in two-thirds of an inning. Wyatt Mills walked one and pitched one-third of an inning.
Miami's No. 2 prospect, center fielder Monte Harrison, went 1-for-2 and contributed on the basepaths with a stolen base.
The Mets' top two prospects -- No. 1 Andres Gimenez and No. 2 Peter Alonso -- were in action. Alonso plated the first run of the game with a solo homer that had an exit velocity of 110 mph in the first inning. The first baseman finished 1-for-2 with three runs scored, an RBI and two walks. Gimenez went 0-for-2 with a strikeout and a throwing error. More »
Southpaw Ben Braymer struck out a batter, but issued two walks in just one-third of an inning. Shortstop Carter Kieboom, Washington's No. 2 prospect, went 0-for-2 with a strikeout.
Ryan McKenna (Orioles' No. 16) went 0-for-3 with a strikeout.
Buddy Reed (Padres' No. 13) went 1-for-3 with a game-tying triple in the ninth and was named the game's MVP. Miguel Diaz struck gave up one hit in a scoreless inning. More »
Left fielder Austin Listi's three-run blast in the eighth inning put the East temporarily ahead. Listi also drove in a run on a groundout and committed a throwing error.
Cole Tucker, the Pirates' No. 5 prospect, went 1-for-2 and scored a run. Blake Weiman pitched two-thirds of an inning and gave up one run on one hit.
Demarcus Evans gave up two runs on one hit in two-thirds of an inning.
Red Sox (East)
Third baseman Bobby Dalbec (Boston's No. 6 prospect) went 2-for-2 with a fielding error, and No. 7 Darwinzon Hernandez allowed a hit and struck out a batter in one-third of an inning.
Lucius Fox, the Rays' No. 9 prospect, went 0-for-2 with a walk, but made some impressive plays defensively and was responsible for all three outs in the third inning. Matt Krook struck out the lone batter he faced. Dalton Moats picked up the win and threw two-thirds of an inning.
The Reds' No. 2 prospect Taylor Trammell played left field and went hitless in two at-bats. No. 8 Shed Long went 0-for-2 with a strike out and a fielding error.
Justin Lawrence, the Rockies' No. 17 prospect, was charged with a blown save he allowed two earned runs on two hits in the ninth inning. He operated at 95-99 mph with his heater and paired it with a late-breaking slider.
Meibrys Viloria was the lone West hitter to record multiple hits, going 2-for-3 with a walk-off single. More »
Tigers No. 12 Jake Rogers came off the bench at catcher and recorded a hit and scored a run with his lone at-bat. Right fielder Daz Cameron (No. 8) went 0-for-2 with a run and two walks and was caught stealing.
Devin Smeltzer permitted one earned run but also struck out two batters in 2/3 innings.
White Sox (West)
Luis Robert, the White Sox No. 4 prospect, went 0-for-4 with a pair of strikeouts.
Yankees' No. 2 prospect Estevan Florial went 1-for-1 with a triple, a walk and also scored a run.
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