Scottsdale, Arizona —— Though we were only able to be there for parts of a week to accommodate a broader junior college baseball scouting schedule this fall, Baseball Census was still able to take in a little bit of the Arizona Fall League over the past few days across the Phoenix metro area. From that, we’ve produced two major things — lots of prospect video, and a full data table of player measurables (run times, velocity, pop times) — and we’d like to make both public and accessible for all.
You can find more than 200 new Arizona Fall League prospect videos (yes, including two of Vladimir Guerrero, Jr.) by clicking the button here and subscribing to our YouTube channel:
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And if you’re interested in the run/velocity/pop time raw data we’ve compiled in an admittedly limited look out at the AFL this year, here’s the viewable Google Doc of everything we recorded:
2018 Arizona Fall League Data Table
For blogs/websites using that data in scouting reports, news pieces, etc., please credit us as the source if you use run/velocity/pop times we obtained at AFL. All of our Arizona Fall League videos are public, embeddable, and shareable, as well.
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