Found November 16, 2012 on Cub Reporter:
TEAMS: Chicago Cubs
The Arizona Fall League Championship Game will be played tomorrow at Scottsdale Stadium, with the Salt River Rafters (East Division Champs) facing the West Division Champion Peoria Javelinas. Unfortunately, the Cubs players who went to the AFL were assigned to the Mesa Solar Sox, the worst team in the league. Tags: Cubs Minor LeaguersWinter LeaguesArizona Fall League
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