If you enjoy following the Brewers minor-league system (or if your ideal baseball game is an 11-10 slugfest), the Arizona Fall League might be of some interest to you. The league was designed to be a sort of “finishing school” for top prospects, and is a popular destination for both professional and amateur talent evaluators. Of course, the thin air of Arizona and teams’ unwillingness to work their young pitchers further into the winter has created a secondary reputation of sorts: crazy stupid good offensive numbers are the rule rather than the exception.
We discussed the league and the prospects the Brewers will be sending in detail when the rosters were announced in August, but today, we’re going to take a closer look at what exactly to watch, as well as the team the future Brewers will be suiting up for.
The Phoenix Desert Dogs:
The AFL is structured nicely enough that all the players in the same organization are on the same team, and for the Brewers, that team is the Phoenix Des...