Arizona Fall League Week 2 Round-Up

As the Arizona Fall League wraps up its second week of play in the dessert the Indians prospects and their squad they are a part of, the Surprise Saguaros, stand at a record of 5-4, a game and a half out of first in the AZL West division.

In the early going, there have been some shining moments for the Indians prospects thus far. On Friday afternoon, outfielder Tyler Naquin, shortstop Tony Wolters, and second basemen, Joey Wendle combined for six hits, three runs, and three RBI in their 11-9 victory over the Mesa Solar Sox, the last remaining undefeated team in Arizona.

Meanwhile on the pitching side of things starter Will Roberts has put together two solid starts early on for the Saguaros and reliever Trey Haley has not allowed a run in relief appearances, locked down the first save of the AZL season.

Here is a quick recap of the performances so far.

Tyler Naquin
In seven games: AVG .355 (11-31) 6 R 3 RBI  6 K/1 BB

Joey Wendle
In five games: AVG .294 (5-17) 2 R 2 RBI  6 K/2 BB

Tony Wolters
In five games: AVG .111 (2-18) 1 R 1 SB  6 K/3 BB

Jake Lowery (Playing as a member of the Peoria Javelinas)
In two games: AVG .333 (2-6) 2 RBI  1 K/0 BB

Will Roberts
2 GP 2 GS (0-1) ERA 2.57 7.0 IP 3R/2ER 9 H 2 K/3 BB

Shawn Armstrong
3 GP (0-0) ERA 3.00 3.0 IP 3R/1ER 5 H 4 K/3 BB

Jeff Johnson
3 GP (1-0) ERA 6.00 3.0 IP 2R/2ER 3 H 4 K/3 BB

Trey Haley
2 GP (0-0) ERA 0.00 1.2 IP 0R/0ER 2 H 2 K/2 BB 1 SV

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