Want to watch some of baseball’s top prospects in the Arizona Fall League without having to travel or be there in person? If so, your wish is about to be granted. For the first time in its history, the Fall League’s development circuit will be streaming almost all of its games for free!
The only exceptions will be the two games broadcast on the MLB Network – the Nov. 6 Fall Stars Game and the Nov. 12 championship game – as well as a pair of tripleheaders on October 15th and October 22nd. Links to all AFL streams can be found here, with the games also being archived here. Select games will feature play-by-play announcers and, at times, prospect analysts.
The AFL is the brainchild of legendary executive Roland Hemond and is responsible for sending more than 3,000 players to the big leagues since its inception in 1992. About 60 percent of Fall Leaguers have gone on to the Majors, including Hall of Famers Roy Halladay, Derek Jeter and Mike Piazza as well as current stars like Sandy Alcantara, Nolan Arenado, Vladimir Guerrero Jr., Bryce Harper, Aaron Judge, Max Scherzer and Mike Trout.
This year’s Fall League rosters are highlighted by 16 of MLB’s Top 100 prospects, including No. 6 Jordan Walker (Cardinals), No. 12 Jordan Lawlar (D-backs), No. 17 Noelvi Marte (Reds), No. 19 Henry Davis (Pirates) and No. 23 Zac Veen (Rockies).