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Justin Wick of Purple Row and MLB Communications discusses his experiences in the 2021 Arizona Fall League and shares the best of the stadiums, caps and Rockies prospects. We also pay homage to Keli McGregor and his lasting legacy in Scottsdale as Salt River Fields is unanimously the gem of Spring Training facilities. “The ‘Evolution of the Ball’ needs a…

If you’ve never attended the Arizona Fall League, you’re in good company. What you’d be missing is the next generation of ballplayers, putting forth an additional five weeks of work to be ready for their major league debuts next season. It was true of AFL start Pete Alonso in 2018 before slugging a rookie-record 53 home runs the next season…...

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Justin Wick is on the scene in Phoenix covering the Arizona Fall League and he’s got the first look on the Rockies’ eight participating prospects. Michael Toglia is stealing the show so far and the four pitchers have been quite good as well. One prospect – the only left-hander on the Salt River Rafters – may be the most intriguing…

According to a report on Friday by Bob Nightengale of USA Today, Major League Baseball is discussing an alternate site season that would utilize Spring Training facilities in Arizona and Florida to conduct a shortened 2020 season. In order to facilitate such a plan, the concept of American and National League would no longer exist. Instead, Cactus League and Grapefruit…

SCOTTSDALE – As a 6’5” outfielder with an impressive combination of speed and power, it seems hard to believe that some scouts didn’t believe Sam Hilliard could make it as a hitter. After four progressive seasons in the Rockies organization, featuring All-Star selections each of the past three years, including this season where he was the runner-up in the Double-A…...

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