These are the players myworld would select on the Arizona Fall League All Star team based on performance.
C - Gary Sanchez (.295, 7, 21) - Led the AFL in homeruns and RBIs. His defense may not be gold glove caliber but with his bat and a good throwing arm he will survive back there. He should make the team as the Yankees backup in 2016 behind Brian McCann.
1B - Sam Travis (.344, 1, 14) - He led the AFL in runs scored (19) and doubles (10) but the Red Sox have a crowded situation at his position. The plan is to move Hanley Ramirez there after his disaster in left field. Travis Shaw also showed a good bat but the Red Sox may try Shaw more at third base.
2B - Chris Bostick (.268, 4, 12) - His .883 OPS led all second baseman. Drafted in the 44th round by the Athletics, he was traded by them to the Rangers who then traded him to the Nationals in the Ross Detwiler deal. Since he has only played a half a season in AA expect a half a season in AA before a promotion to AAA. He could see a September call up.
3B - Jeimer Candelario (.329, 5, 15) - When he is ready the Cubs may move Kris Bryant to the outfield to make room for Jeimer at third base.
SS - Aledmys Diaz (.315, 4, 14) - His 17 runs scored was second in the AFL. At 25 the Cuban defector is older than most. Six multi hit games in his last eight games shot his average over .300. Diaz is ready for the major leagues if Jhonny Peralta is not available for the Cardinals or he could be used as trade bait.
OF - Adam Engel (.403, 1, 9) - Voted the MVP of the league, his 10 stolen bases and 9 doubles were second in the AFL. He still has one full year in the minor leagues before he joins the White Sox outfield. Last year he stole 65 bases in the High A Carolina League.
OF - Jacob Scavuzzo (.377, 4, 7) - His .377 batting average was second in the AFL though a 2/23 walk to whiff ratio is a cause for concern. The Dodgers can be patient with their 21st 2012 pick since he has only played a half a season in the High A California League and the Dodgers outfield is crowded.
OF - Mac Williamson (.370, 2, 14) - He finished third in the AFL in hitting. Power has been absent in his game and only five of his 27 hits went for extra bases. His lack of speed will limit him to a corner spot so the Giants want to see more bat from him.
DH - Jrickson Profar (.267, 2, 20) - shoulder surgery limited him to the DH spot, but he was third in the AFL in RBIs.
SP - Sean Manaea (0-2, 3.86) - He did not win a game and his ERA was pretty high but his 33 whiffs led the AFL and a 6/33 walk to whiff ratio was excellent. In four of his six starts he did not allow more than one run, striking out 20 in his last three starts. Manaea is slated to make the Athletics starting rotation next year with a good spring.
Long Relief - Josh Hader (2-0, 0.56) - Only two starts in his seven appearances but the Brewers wanted to limit his innings. The Orioles traded him to the Astros where he was then included with a number of other players in the Carlos Gomez trade.
Set Up - Jacob Barnes (1-0, 0.00) - He appeared in eight games and put together three holds. His 3/17 walk to whiff ratio in just 11 innings was impressive. He could make the Brewers roster in the pen with a good spring.
Closer - Jake Reed (1-0, 0.00, three saves) - He had a rough year last year in AA. Second in the AFL in saves. The Twins will have him repeat in AA but a good spring and little depth in the bullpen could give him an opportunity this year.