Arizona Fall League
The final week of the fall league came to a close, and Braves prospects had some of their best performances to round out the season.
Trey Harris put up for hits for Scottsdale this week, but also left his final game with an unknown injury and has not returned to play.
Greyson Jenista had the biggest offensive performance out of all the Braves prospects this week, going 3-4 with a double in his first game.
Outfielder Trey Harris will represent the Braves.
Bradley Roney struck out the side to earn a save and Braves pitchers pitched 8 1⁄3 scoreless innings for the Scorpions
Trey Harris had four hits on the week, including a home run and a double as he continued to show out.
Trey Harris had four hits, including a home run, in his first week of action in the Arizona Fall League.
The Braves will have some interesting prospects competing this fall in the Arizona Fall League
Ronald Acuna took home AFL MVP honors, with Austin Riley providing another dominant fall for a Braves prospect. Max Fried was superhuman much of the season, and Alex Jackson played an important role as well
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Alex Jackson, Ronald Acuna, and Jared James all provided bright spots on the offensive side of things, while the pitching for the Braves struggled mightily.
Well then, it looks like there are going to be a lot of Braves prospects headed to the Arizona Fall League
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