Arizona Fall League – Glendale Desert Dogs 6, Peoria Javelinas 3
Venezuelan League – Leones del Caracas 9, Navegantes del Magallanes 5
Puerto Rican League – Cangrejeros de Santurce 3 , RA12 1

Dominican League –  Leones del Escogido 3, Estrellas Orientales 1
Dominican League – Tigres del Licey 7, Gigantes del Cibao 2


Connor Kokx (CF, Peoria): 2-4, R – Kokx had a couple of ground ball singles to do his part at the bottom of the order to turn the lineup over for scoring chances but they only drove him in once in the loss.

Angel Martinez (2B, Peoria): 1-3, BB – Martinez had himself a solid day in the AFL play-in game with a hit, walk and helped turn a double-play as he wraps up a nice AFL campaign before being added to the Guardians 40 man roster next week.

David Fry (C, Peoria): 0-2, R, 2BB – Nice to see Fry wrapup the AFL campaign behind the dish. He worked two walks, which he lacked some of his usual patience during the regular season. He allowed a steal in this one and didn’t have a good AFL campaign throwing out runners under the new pickoff rule. That will be a big question about his potential to catch in the majors and be on the 40 man roster.

Mason Hickman (RP, Peoria): 3IP, 4K – Impressive outing for Hickman to end his fall, striking out four across three innings. He had a few uncharacteristic walks (six in 9.2 innings) but still managed to strike out 15 in his new role as a reliever.

Cade Smith (RP, Peoria): IP, BB, 2K – Smith is also closing up a strong AFL campaign as well. He struggled with his control too but also missed bats. He also was planning to get married in the middle of the AFL campaign too, so a nice fall for Smith overall.

Alexfri Planez (CF, Peoria): Planez came on as a defensive replacement in centerfield, which is an interesting development and not something you’d see him do in the Cleveland system.

Gabriel Arias (3B, Cangrejeros de Santurce): 1-5, 2K – Arias has two hits now in the Puerto Rican winter league as he played third base next to Jack Lope z at shortstop, which is also an interesting decision.

Jose Tena (SS, Estrellas Orientales): 1-4, K, E – Not one of Tena’s better days in the Dominican this fall. But he’s still at the top of the order and got on base.

George Valera (RF, Estrellas Orientales): 0-4, BB, K – Valera had a couple of games with hits that looks like it got him back into the lineup after a slow start this fall, but he wasn’t good in this one.

Carlos Vargas (RP, Tigres del Licey): 1IP, ER, 2BB – A messy start to the winter for Vargas who was still reportedly slinging 100 mile an hour heat with periods where he didn’t know where it was going.

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