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AFL ’12 – What happened to…

By Jason Arndtarizona_fall_league_logo
Brewers Farm Report
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Players headed to the Arizona Fall League are given a golden opportunity to improve their chances of remaining with a Major League organization or highlighting strengths and improving weaknesses.

Milwaukee sent eight Minor League players to the off-season league in 2012 in an effort to afford them a chance of showcasing their skills.

Brewers Farm Report examines the eight players and where they are presently within the Brewers’ organization.

The players listed are ranked according to who made the most of the opportunity and what team they are presently with:

Khris Davis, OF, Milwaukee Brewers



Despite an underwhelming Fall League stint, the 25-year-old outfielder progressed through the organization faster than a speeding bullet in 2012.

Davis started his 2012 campaign with the Arizona Rookie League Brewers to rehabilitate an injury and was assigned to Double A Huntsville after playing six games posting a .368 batting average (7-for-19) with three home runs and five runs batted in.

The seventh round selection in 2009 blasted eight home runs with 23 RBI in 44 games with the Stars before earning a promotion to Nashville.

He posted similar numbers with the Sounds and was given a ticket to the Arizona Fall League.

Davis was given “medium priority” in the AFL playing in 15 of 25 games and connected on 12 hits in 53 at bats (.226).

Little did Milwaukee know he would use the AFL as motivation to put on a show in Spring Training and eventually earned a spot on the Opening Day Roster.

Johnny Hellweg, RHP, Nashville Sounds



Hellweg’s performance in the AFL allowed Milwaukee the chance to take a longer look at him following a mid-season trade involving All-Star Zach Greinke.

The 6’9” hard thrower known as “Gas” by former Angels’ teammate Vernon Wells made nine appearances in the Fall League posting a 2.08 earned run average.

His limited performance in the Fall League affirmed the Brewers’ opinion on him after posting a 2.70 earned run average in 20 innings with Double A Huntsville.

The following year, he was rated in the Top Five among all Brewers’ prospects in the system and made the jump to third best.

Jimmy Nelson, RHP, Nashville Sounds



The 24-year-old was sent to the AFL in order to straighten out following a tough transition from High A Brevard County to Double A Huntsville in 2012.

Nelson posted a 2-3 record in seven starts but had an earned run average of 4.91 spanning 22 innings. His 23 strikeouts in 22 innings was a Phoenix Desert Dogs’ best.

With Brevard County he posted a 4-4 record but had a phenomenal 2.21 earned run average in 81.1 innings and walked just 25 batters in the Florida State League.

Nelson hit a minor roadblock when he moved up to Huntsville allowing 34 hits and 37 walks in 46 innings for the Stars.

Aside from a tough couple outings with the Desert Dogs, he demonstrated flashes of brilliance and eventually earned a spot as Milwaukee’s top prospect.

Hunter Morris, 1B, Nashville Sounds



All eyes were on Morris following a season where he earned Southern League Most Valuable Player honors and crowned the Brewers’ Minor League Player of the Year.

His 2012 campaign with Huntsville gave him a league leading 28 home runs and 113 RBI, but fell just short of receiving the Triple Crown.

The left-handed batter was the Stars’ most durable player starting in 136 games and accumulating 571 plate appearances.

Morris’ AFL stint may have hindered his growth due to the extensive amount of at bats he tacked on from the beginning of the season through November.

The power numbers are still with him in Triple A Nashville but has been unable to maintain consistency through the duration of the 2013.

Josh Prince, Utility, Nashville Sounds



Nobody took advantage of the Fall League more than Prince after the highly regarded display.

The speedy utility player spent the majority of his minor league career playing below expectations of a former third round selection.

While Prince’s base stealing abilities have always been the highlight of his playing career demonstrated by back-to-back seasons with at least 40 stolen bases.

He seized the opportunity by leading the Desert Dogs in nearly every offensive category including a .404 batting average in 25 games.

In addition, he maintained a phenomenal .491 On Base Percentage and collected eight doubles and ten stolen bases.

Milwaukee made the decision to add him to the 40-man roster in order to protect him from the Rule V draft.

Prince’s power numbers increased for Triple A Nashville posting a career high 11 round-trippers and nearly matching his season best in runs batted in.

He received a couple recalls to the parent club, including a time where he took the spot of an injured Aramis Ramirez.

The 25-year-old Tulane University alum was involved in a walk-off win with Milwaukee but has been unable to improve upon his averages in the Minor League system.

Brock Kjeldgaard, OF, Huntsville Stars



Milwaukee gave the member of the Canadian National team an opportunity for more at bats and games following two consecutive short seasons.

The 27-year-old outfielder is one of the elder statesmen of the Brewers’ organization after his selection seven years ago.

Following two years off in order to focus playing for his home country, he has bounced around the system due to injuries.

Kjeldgaard played just 81 total games between three levels of the organization in 2012 and was in need of more work.

He played in just seven AFL games and could not advance himself to Triple A Nashville through the duration of 2013 season.

The 34th round selection is notorious for striking out (839 in 709 career games) and was unable to rid himself of the stigma in the Fall League with ten in 26 at bats.

His power numbers are the most prolific demonstrated by a see-saw battle with Huntsville teammate Jason Rogers for the Southern League home run lead.

Kyle Heckathorn, RHP, Nashville Sounds
HeckathornHeckathorn was selected with Milwaukee’s supplemental first round pick in 2009 and has struggled with the organization after a stellar initial two seasons.

The 6’6” right-hander was projected as a starter early in his career and earned himself a spot in the organization’s Top 20 throughout his career.

Heckathorn’s walk totals have been low in his professional career and is known as a fly ball pitcher, but has been unable to keep his hit totals down.

Milwaukee sent the pitcher to the Fall League as a way for him to redeem himself, but displayed similar numbers with the Desert Dogs.

Despite his struggles, he has since calmed down after being moved to the bullpen and used as a long-reliever.

Brewers’ officials will be faced with a tough decision in the winter when they decide whether to protect him from the Rule V draft and add him to the 40-man roster or expose him to other teams.

Santo Manzanillo, RHP, Brevard County Manatees
ManzanilloIn the early portion of his career the Dominican Republic native was known as a fireballer with fastballs nearing 100 mph.

But following an off-season car accident in 2011, the right-hander has not been the same with reduced zip on his fastball.

Rated among the organization’s Top 20 in the early portions of his career, Milwaukee stamped his ticket to the AFL with hopes of reviving his career.

His stint with the Desert Dogs was unsuccessful allowing seven earned runs in two innings of work.

Manazanillo opened the season with Huntsville but struggled in 26 games before his reassignment to High A Brevard County.

Brewers’ officials made adjustments to his development relegating him to short relief to make the most out of his arm.

Nick Bucci, RHP, Arizona League Brewers
N_BucciBucci has been hampered with injuries through his entire short career but has been brilliant in his most recent years on the mound.

Following the 2012 season, the 23-year-old Canadian allowed nine earned runs in 42.2 innings between the Arizona Rookie League and High A Brevard County.

Bucci struck out 44 batters and walked just 15 during the 2012 season and was sent to the AFL to log more innings and prepare for the 2013 World Baseball Classic.

Milwaukee added him to the team’s 40-man roster in order to protect him from the minor league portion of the Rule V draft when teams began to raise eyebrows at his successful appearances.

However, the right-hander pulled himself out of the Classic to rest his ailing throwing arm and sent to the Rookie League to rehabilitate it.

After less than an inning pitched, he was shut down for the season.


Prince recalled, Jungmann takes the hill

By Jason Arndt
Brewers Farm Report



It could be Josh Prince‘s time to shine for Milwaukee after Brewers’ third baseman Aramis Ramirez was placed on the 15-day disabled list Saturday.

Ramirez sprained his left knee sliding into second base in Friday’s 3-1 Brewer loss against the Arizona Diamondbacks.

In minor league action, the Huntsville Stars will be sending Milwaukee’s number three rated prospect Taylor Jungmann to the mound at Chattanooga.

Jungmann compiled a exceptional 2012 campaign with the High A Brevard County Manatees posting an 11-6 record with a 3.53 earned run average in 153 innings.

The Stars defeated the Lookouts Friday night behind a spectacular pitching performance by Jimmy Nelson. The right-handed pitcher struck out eight in five innings to give the Stars the opening night victory against its Southern League rivals.

Nashville hopes to avenge Friday’s 12-0 loss to New Orleans with tall hard-throwing Johnny Hellweg getting the nod for the Sounds.

Brevard County is on the road in Daytona as they continue it’s opening series against the Cubs’ High A Florida State League affiliate.

In earlier action, the Rattlers dropped its first loss of the season in extra innings against the Peoria Chiefs Saturday afternoon by a score of 4-3 despite the offensive performances of outfielder Tyrone Taylor and infielder Alfredo Rodriguez. Please see game report at the bottom.

Tonight’s probables are as follows:


And the game report of the Wisconsin Timber Rattlers:

Peoria gets in under the tag for 13 inning win
Rattlers fall for first time in 2013

Box Score

PEORIA, IL – The Wisconsin Timber Rattlers could not hold a 3-0 lead Saturday at Chiefs Stadium and wound up on the losing end of a 4-3 score in thirteen innings to the Peoria Chiefs.  Alfredo Rodriguez had three hits and Tyrone Taylor drove Rodriguez in twice, but it was not enough as the Rattlers dropped their first contest of the 2013 season.

The bottom of Wisconsin’s order got them going in the top of the third.  Rodriguez and Michael Reed both singled with one out.  A wild pitch moved both runners up a base with Taylor at the plate.  The Chiefs brought the infield in and Taylor sent a grounder to second.  But, the ball was booted for an error and Rodriguez scored without a play at the plate.  Orlando Arcia followed with a single to right that knocked in Reed for a 2-0 lead.

Rodriguez and Taylor combined to give the Rattlers (2-1) a 3-0 lead in the fifth inning.  Rodriguez singled to start the inning and went to second on an infield grounder.  Taylor doubled down the left field line to send Rodriguez home for the three run lead.

Rattlers starting pitcher Brent Suter did not allow a run for his first 4-2/3 innings.  But, Casey Rasmus reached on a swinging bunt with two outs in the bottom of the fifth.  Michael Swinson followed with an RBI double to left-center.

Rodolfo Fernandez came on in the bottom of the sixth inning and gave up consecutive doubles to Patrick Wisdom and David Washington to let Peoria (2-1) within a run.

The Chiefs tied the game in the bottom of the seventh as the first three hitters singled.  Rasmus had the third single in the sequence to drive in the tying run.

The game remained tied until the thirteenth, but not for lack of opportunities.

Wisconsin put their leadoff batter on base in the tenth and twelfth innings.  Peoria put their leadoff batter aboard in the ninth inning.  They loaded the bases and had a 3-0 count to Charlie Tilson with two outs in their half of the twelfth.  But, neither team could push a run across the plate.

In the bottom of the thirteenth, Rattlers reliever Taylor Mangum retired the first two Chief batters.  Then, Rasmus pulled a seeing-eye single into the hole between firsts and second.  Rasmus would steal second to get into scoring position.

Swinson lined a 3-2 pitch off the glove of Jose Sermo at third base.  The ball trickled into foul territory in left field and Rasmus raced for the plate.  Sermo’s throw was in time, but a bit high.  Catcher Clint Coulter got the tag down quickly on Rasmus, but the Chiefs catcher went in headfirst and was ruled to have got his hand in just under the tag to score the winning run.

The final game of the four game series is Sunday afternoon at Chiefs Stadium.  Jorge Lopez is the scheduled starting pitcher for the Timber Rattlers.  Peoria will send Kyle Helisek to the mound.  Game time is 2:00pm.  Tune in for the broadcast on AM1280, WNAM starting with the Miller Lite Pregame Show at 1:40pm.

Prince snags opportunity

October 20, 2012

By Jason Arndt
Brewers Farm Report

No one should be happier to be in the Arizona Fall League than Huntsville’s Josh Prince. The Stars’ 2012 everyday centerfielder has taken advantage of every opportunity given to him since being converted from the infield.

Prince was drafted in the third round by the Milwaukee Brewers in 2009 out of Tulane University  as a shortstop where he remained there until the 2012 season when the organization decided to give him a chance in the outfield.

The newly minted outfielder responded by stealing 41 bases for second in the Southern League to Pensacola’s Billy Hamilton – a player that stole a minor league record 155 bases between High A and Double A.

In addition, the 24-year-old from Louisiana notched career highs in every category other than stolen bases in 2012 including a significant jump in walks (72) and doubles (28) compared to his previous highs set in 2010 when he played 106 games with Brevard County (32 walks, 13 doubles). The 44 stolen bases set in 2010 remains his personal best.

Prince’s 72 walks in 2012 significantly compensated his low batting average of .251 and led him to post a .346 OBP.

After posting subpar averages through his minor league career, the Fall League has breathed new life into his career and has showcased his flexibility playing both corner outfield positions in addition to centerfield.

The Phoenix Desert Dogs have given him the opportunity to play second base for the first time in his career while making an appearance at third base and shortstop.

In ten games for the Desert Dogs, Prince is among the league’s best in nearly all categories and has demonstrated the ability to play in an environment where scouts take notice of the Minor League’s hottest prospects including his Huntsville teammate Hunter Morris among other notable players.

Nelson hits stride

Prince’s Huntsville teammate Jimmy Nelson has pitched well in two starts and may have given himself the opportunity to be the Triple A Nashville Sounds number two pitcher, at worse, in 2013.

Brewers’ Minor League Pitcher of the Year Hiram Burgos is the only other pitcher that could knock him off consideration as the team’s ace.

In both starts, Nelson (1-0) has accumulated seven innings pitched with four strikeouts and two earned runs for the Desert Dogs.

If the 23-year-old continues to compile solid appearances there is no doubt he will jump a few slots among the top rated prospects in the Brewers’ farm system entering the 2013 season.

Manzanillo’s Time Running Out

Santo Manzanillo’s struggles have continued into the Arizona Fall League, a place where he was expected to improve his stock following a significant car accident prior to the 2012 season.

The accident left the hard-throwing righthander to lose significant zip in his fastball and his outings have gotten much shorter as the season progressed in 2012.

In two innings of relief, he has allowed seven earned runs and walked four while striking out just one batter.

As other prospects within the Brewers’ Farm System continue to move forward and leapfrog him in organizational rankings, Player Development officials may not put him in its long-term plans if there is no signs of improvement in 2013.

The 2012 season was supposed to be Manzanillo’s season of recovery following this accident. But if his fastball is not rejuvenated by the middle of 2013, it may be time to for the Brewers to move ahead without him.

Defining Opportunities

September 21, 2012

MVP Morris headlines Brewer prospects

By Jason Arndt
Brewers Farm Report

Huntsville’s Hunter Morris and Double-A Southern League MVP is one of nine Brewer prospects to showcase his skills before Major League scouts in Arizona in the Arizona Fall League. Many stars have been born in the league’s 20 seasons and could provide overlooked prospects in the shadows of more prominent can’t miss prospects a defining moment.
Many prospects use the off-season league to put themselves in the position of being added to their parent club’s 40-man roster or earn an invite as non-roster player the following Spring Training.
Major League players with experience in the Arizona Fall League are Derek Jeter, Nomar Garciaparra, Mike Piazza, Ryan Howard, Michael Young and Albert Pujols among other prominent All-Stars and future Baseball Hall of Famers.
Milwaukee’s prospects will be playing with the Phoenix Desert Dogs and are set to begin the season October 9. Unlike typical minor league affiliations, each team has player representatives from five different Major League clubs.
Brewer representatives will play alongside prospects with the Atlanta Braves, Oakland Athletics, Miami Marlins and Tampa Bay Rays.
Below is a list of all nine Brewer farmhands along with his most recent team and what the Fall League could do for their baseball futures:
P – Nick Bucci, High A Brevard County:
On a team stacked with highly regarded pitching prospects in Brevard County, including first round picks Taylor Jungmann and Jed Bradley, Bucci saw limited action with the Manatees in 2012 but pitched quite well in all of his appearances.
Of all five Brewer affiliates, Brevard County has the strongest rotation with three pitching prospects in the Brewers’ top 20 (Jungmann, Bradley, Jimmy Nelson).
Bucci, 22, has been with the organization since being drafted out of Canada as a high schooler in 2008. He was overmatched early in his career after getting shipped around the system multiple times including a stop with Double A Huntsville in 2009 when he was just 18 years old.
Notched a career-high 150 innings pitched in 2011 with Brevard County striking out 119 and walking 51 batters with a 3.84 ERA.
Bucci had an injury following the 2011 season and warranted an innings limit for the 2012 season but had a total season ERA of 1.90 with 44 strikeouts in 42 innings.
The Fall League will allow Bucci an opportunity to strengthen and stretch himself out in preparation for the 2013 season and Brewers’ personnel will remain patient with the 22-year-old.
P – Kyle Heckathorn, Double A Huntsville Stars:
Heckathorn was drafted in the first-round of the Brewers’ 2009 draft and compiled solid seasons with Single A Wisconsin and High A Brevard County early in his career. But has struggled since being promoted to Double A Huntsville in 2011. Many scouts have praised his ability to limit walks but needs work on his fastball some work due to having minimal movement. Largely the reason for his struggles in Double A was due to hitters being able to “figure him out” the second time around the batting order.
Huntsville was able to minimize it by mixing his roles with the pitching staff in 2012 with 17 starts and 18 relief appearances. Due to his large frame, he has the capability of being a productive long reliever in the Major Leagues.
Scouts remain interested in his potential due to the combination of his size and hard-throwing abilities. In addition, Heckathorn does pitch with extreme passion and heart, but needs to calm down. The pitcher tends to get rattled after a tough inning on the mound.
P – Johnny Hellweg, Double A Huntsville Stars:
Hellweg was acquired from Anaheim along with two others (SS Jean Segura, Milwaukee; P Ariel Pena, Huntsville) and was reputed as having the higher prospect ceiling than fellow pitcher Pena in the trade.
Many Major Leaguers with Anaheim touted the minor league pitchers power pitching and Angels’ Vernon Wells coined Hellweg with the simple nickname “Gas.” Hellweg has a tall robust frame standing at 6′ 9” and has the ability to eat innings.
Prior to the trade, Hellweg was a routine starter for the Angels’ Double A affiliate in Arkansas but moved to Huntsville bullpen accruing just two starts.
The Fall League could provide Hellweg an opportunity to regain his starting pitcher form and put him back in the Brewers’ plans. Hellweg has proven more effective when given the starting nod over pitching in relief.
As for the plans of Phoenix in the Fall, Hellweg can only hope he can get the chance to re-establish himself.
P – Santo Manzanillo, Single A Wisconsin Timber Rattlers:
Manzanillo was expected to be a part of the Triple A starting rotation in 2012 but a car accident hindered his abilities and was relegated to relief roles and rehabilitation on his road back to recovery. He was among the top pitching prospects but mightily struggled in three different levels of minor league in 2012 and pitched the majority of his games out of the bullpen.
Many scouts believe he could be an excellent closer in the Major Leagues with his triple digit heat and solid breaking pitches.
Given the extent of his injury, he will need a couple more seasons in the Minor Leagues to fully recover. Manzanillo did earn a save in the Midwest League Championship with the Rattlers in 2012.
P – Jimmy Nelson, Double A Huntsville:

Entering the 2012 season, Nelson was a highly rated pitching prospect and compiled a productive season between High A Brevard County/Double A Huntsville. The right-hander pitched effectively for Brevard County in his 13 starts and compiled a 4-4 record with a 2.21 earned run average.

Nelson was promoted to Double A Huntsville and made ten starts for the Stars. He has shown an excellent strikeout-to-walk ratio in all levels of his minor league career.
With the Single A Wisconsin Timber Rattlers in 2011, Nelson pitched 146 innings and struck out a Midwest League high 120 batters and walked 65. He followed up in 2012 with 127 combined innings by fanning 119 and walking 62.
He made significant progress by reducing the amount of home runs allowed from nine in 2011 to five in 2012 against higher level batters.
The Fall League will present an opportunity for him to bolster his stock among the top Brewer prospects and maintain his consistency.
1B – Hunter Morris, Double A Huntsville Stars:
Morris was named the Brewers’ 2012 minor league position player of the year and nearly collected the hard to obtain Triple Crown with Double A Huntsville.
In the highly-celebrated season for Morris in his hometown, he also collected the Southern League Most Valuable Player and was tabbed a Southern League post-season All-Star along with teammate Scooter Gennett.
The left-handed first baseman belted 28 home runs and drove in 113 runs with the Stars and was just points shy of grabbing the batting title. In addition, he was one double away (40) from capturing the league leader.
The one significant area where Morris could improve would be reducing the amount of strikeouts and the Fall League could provide him the chance to refine his plate discipline.
Anything Morris does with Phoenix in the fall will set the tone for Morris’ 2013 season with Triple A Nashville.
SS – Josh Prince, Double A Huntsville Stars:
Playing in the shadows of a league Most Valuable Player and two All-Stars is never easy, but Prince was able to be an excellent table-setter for both Gennett and Morris. Without his ability to get On Base and advance himself to scoring position, Morris’ numbers could have been less.
Prince was second in the Southern League with 41 stolen bases, behind Pensacola’s Billy Hamilton (51 in Double A, 104 in Single A – Minor League record).
The infielder by trade played a majority of his games in centerfield for the Stars in 2012 is indicative of his speed and range and has succeeded at every level of minor league baseball.
As the Fall League also provides players with the chance to demonstrate abilities at other positions, Prince will improve his versatility and be an essential part of the Triple A Nashville Sounds in 2013.
OF – Khris Davis, Triple A Nashville Sounds:
Davis rocketed his way through the Brewers system in 2012 and made his presence known at all three levels (Rookie, Double A, Triple A). The outfielder began the season with the Arizona Brewers on a rehabilitation stint and eventually made his way all the way up to Nashville in just 50 games.
In 44 games with Huntsville, Davis belted eight home runs and tabulated an on base percentage of .484 with a .383 batting average.
Much like Bucci above, Davis had limited playing time and should be able to clearly establish his role within the Brewers’ minor league system for 2013 with a solid Fall League showing.
OF – Brock Kjeldgaard, Double A Huntsville Stars:
Kjeldgaard has been organizational soldier for the Brewers since being drafted in the 2005 34th round. The Canadian-born outfielder was a member of the Canadian Olympic team has been a work in progress for the Brewers but has the ability to hit in the clutch despite accruing a .211 batting average.
The Fall League will be crucial for Kjeldgaard as he fights for a spot within the Minor League system next season.
Phoenix Desert Dogs – 2012 Roster
Coaching Staff:
Manager Aaron Holbert
Hitting Coach Darnell Coles
Hitting Coach Steve Livesey
Pitching Coach Charlie Corbell
Pitching Coach Don Schulze
Nick Bucci            Brewers
Gary Daley             Oakland
Grant Dayton          Miami
Brian Flynn             Miami
Shawn Haviland      Oakland
Kyle Heckathorn  Brewers
Johnny Hellweg    Brewers
Brett Hunter             Oakland
Chris Jones             Atlanta
Lenny Linsky          Tampa Bay
Santo Manzanillo    Brewers
Scott McGough        Miami
Jimmy Nelson       Brewers
Cory Rasmus            Atlanta
Chris Rearick          Tampa Bay
C.J. Riefenhauser     Tampa Bay
James Simmons       Oakland
Zeke Spruill           Atlanta
Kirby Yates           Tampa Bay
Matt Kennelly          Atlanta
Jake Realmuto         Miami
Max Stassi              Oakland
Nick Ahmed           Atlanta
Tim Beckham          Tampa Bay
Grant Green          Oakland
Miles Head          Oakland
Hak-Ju Lee          Tampa Bay
Hunter Morris    Brewers
Josh Prince          Brewers
Edward Salcedo    Atlanta
Richie Shaffer       Tampa Bay
Khris Davis         Brewers
Kyle Jensen           Miami
Kevin Kiermaier    Tampa Bay
Brock Kjeldgaard Brewers
Christian Yelich       Miami
Phoenix Desert Dogs – 2012 Schedule
October 9: Scottsdale Scorpions 2:35pm
October 10: At Scottsdale Scorpions 8:35pm
October 11: At Peoria Javelinas 2:35pm
October 12: Peoria Javelinas 2:35pm
October 13: At Mesa Solar Sox 2:35pm
October 15: Salt River Rafters 2:35pm
October 16: At Salt River Rafters 8:35pm
October 17: At Surprise Saguaros 2:35pm
October 18: Surprise Saguaros 2:35pm
October 19: Mesa Solar Sox 2:35pm
October 20: Peoria Javelinas 2:35pm
October 22: At Scottsdale Scorpions 2:35pm
October 23: Mesa Solar Sox 2:35pm
October 24: At Suprise Saguaros 2:35pm
October 25: At Salt River Rafters 2:35pm
October 26: At Surprise Saguaros 8:35pm
October 27: Scottsdale Scorpions 2:35pm
October 29: Salt River Rafters 2:35pm
November 1: At Salt River Rafters 2:35pm
November 2: Surprise Saguaros 2:35pm
November 5: At Surprise Saguaros 2:35pm
November 6: At Peoria Javelinas 2:35pm
November 7: Peoria Javelinas 2:35pm
November 8: At Mesa Solar Sox 2:35pm
November 9: Scottsdale Scorpions 2:35pm
November 10: Salt River Rafters 2:35pm
November 12: Peoria Javelinas 2:35pm
November 13: At Peoria Javelinas 2:35pm
November 14: Surprise Saguaros 2:35pm