Arizona Fall League
Leslie Anderson was 0 for 2.
Alex Cobb pitched 3 scoreless innings with 3 hits and a walk.
Jose Ruiz was 0 for 4.
Henry Wrigley was 1 for 2.
Venezuelen Winter League
Jose Gil was 4 for 6 with 2 doubles and 2 RBI's.
Mexican Pacific League
Elliot Johnson (Venados de Mazatlan) was 0 for 4 with a walk.
Justin Ruggiano (Yaquis de Obregon) was 1 for 3 with an RBI, 2 runs scored and a stolen base.
Is there any way to watch the AFL? like a stream or something? Would rather watch some young Rays prospects than the teams left in the MLB playoffs.ReplyDelete
I am hoping Leslie Anderson can make the Rays next year.. He has some good pop in his lefty bat
Wrigley was 1 for 3, with one K. Anderson K'ed both ABs. Ruiz K'ed once and grounded out 3 times to the right side.ReplyDelete
Jose Gil is in the Yankees organization. Milb has him miscoded.ReplyDelete
yea how do we listen and watch the games. i know they show some on MLB network but dish doesnt have that channel anymoreReplyDelete
FREEZILLA YOU ARE A JOKE!!!ReplyDelete
I took Gil off the list. Good catch. I saw it on the TB listing when I checked to see who was where and thought he was picked up in the offseason. I have been away from the computer for a few days and was not sure what moves have been made.ReplyDelete
I have not seen a television schedule for the Arizona Fall League. I know MLB TV will air a few but a look on MLB an MiLB website does not show an online place to watch the games. If I see or hear anything, I will pass it along.ReplyDelete
I read that MLB Network will show 2 games, that's it. Maybe a small local (Phoenix) radio station carries the games and you could listen online? I doubt it.ReplyDelete
Per MLB here are the 2 games:ReplyDelete
Tuesday is the first in the 32-game AFL schedule that will culminate with the one-game championship at Scottsdale Stadium on Saturday, Nov. 20. The league takes a brief pause to celebrate all the talent on hand with the annual Rising Stars Game, an All-Star game of sorts, in Surprise on Saturday, Nov. 6. All of the action, of course, can be followed via MLB Gameday, complete with Pitch-f/x for games in Peoria and Surprise. Two games -- the Rising Stars and championship games -- will again be simulcast on MLB.com and MLB Network.