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2013 Arizona Fall League Gallery Three

December 25, 2013 | By RotoRob | comment on this post

In November, Tim McLeod visited the Arizona Fall League, and while a full scouting report won’t be coming this year, he took some photographs — tons of them in fact. Over the next few weeks, we will unveil our exhaustive collection of images of the top prospects at the AFL.

See our previous galleries here:

Gallery One

Gallery Two

All photos by Tim McLeod.

Scott Boras client Albert Almora will soon be making a splash for the Chicago Cubs.

Chicago Cubs outfield prospect Albert Almora, seen here making contact, got plenty of PT at the AFL, receiving 75 at-bats.

Corey Seager is the heir apparent to Juan Uribe for the Los Angeles Dodgers.

Corey Seager, seen lining out to first here, has modest base-stealing skills, but they did not show up at all in the AFL.

Drew Hutchison could be a part of the rotation for the Toronto Blue Jays in 2014.

Drew Hutchison’s strikeout rate dipped a bit at the AFL, but don’t be shocked to see him in the Jays plans at some point in 2014.

Eddie Rosario has been nailed with a 50-game suspension for the Minnesota Twins.

Eddie Rosario, seen here making contact, didn’t do much with his 80 at-bats in the AFL.

Kansas City Royals prospect Jason Adam is dating Miss Delaware.

Kansas City Royals starting pitching prospect Jason Adam had an up and down AFL season but looked good when we saw him, tossing five shutout innings of two-hit ball. Hit his rates in the AFL were promising.

Kyle Crick could be a trade chip for the San Francisco Giants.

San Francisco Giants starting pitcher prospect Kyle Crick pitched decently in the AFL, but he failed to win a game.

Sammy Solis is returning from injury for the Washington Nationals.

Washington Nationals starting pitching prospect Sammy Solis, working his way back from Tommy John surgery, racked up an impressive five wins in the AFL.

Stefen Romero could factor into the Seattle Mariners plans next year.

Stefen Romero smacked a three-run homer here, but failed to do much else at the AFL. Still, after getting plenty of action at Triple-A this year, he looks ready to get a shot in the majors.

Now it’s your turn. What do you think of Tim’s photos? Let us know in the comments below.

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