Arizona Fall League for 2021 will feature a full slate with each team getting 30 games beginning Wednesday,October 13th . There are six teams with three in each division. The East Division will feature the Mesa Solar Sox, Salt River Rafter and the Scottsdale Scorpions. The West Division will have the Glendale Desert Dogs, Peoria Javelinas and the Surprise Saguaros.
Arizona Fall League Team Rosters
This year each of the 30 major league squads will send seven of their top prospects to the roster of one of the six teams. The Arizona Fall League will have the Mesa Solar Sox compromise from the Athletics, Blue Jays, Cubs, Orioles and Marlins. Salt River Rafters send players from the Brewers, DBacks. Mets, Rockies and Tigers. Scottsdale Scorpions have their roster from the Twins, Red Sox, Rays, Indians and Giants. That is the East Division.
In the West Division the Glendale Desert Dogs consisting of players from the Astros, Dodgers, Cardinals, Angles and White Sox. Peoria Javelinas gets their roster from the Braves, Phillies, Padres, Mariners, Braves and Pirates. Rounding out the division is the Surprise Saguaros with players from the Yankees, Rangers, Royals, Reds and Nationals.
The rosters will be announced soon. Check out more at Baseball Spotlight.
Arizona Fall League History
Former players that have participate in the Arizona Fall League have won six Cy Young winners, 321 All-Stars, 42 Rookie of the Year players along with 96 Gold Gloves, 103 Silver Sluggers and eight World Series MVPs.
Nearly 60 percent of all players that play in the Arizona Fall League make a major league roster.
Arizona Fall League Attendance
This author has attended the Arizona Fall League and the attendance is rather small and the availability of tickets was great. In fact, people were giving them away from free.
Season passes are $100 with seniors over 55 paying $75. Tickets for individual games are $9 for adults and $7 for seniors. Children under 12 are free when accompanied by an adult.
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