Final Arizona Fall League Stats

As I’ve reported before, there were five Valley League alums who were invited to the Arizona Fall League. The season is now over, so we can take a look at the final stats of the bunch:

  • Brian Holmes (Harrisonburg 2010) went 1-0, 1.13 in 6 starts for Glendale. He only allowed 7 hits in 16 innings, but he walked 13 (and struck out 14).
  • Harrison Cooney (Front Royal 2012) went 0-1, 4.26 in 9 games for Mesa. He walked 9 and struck out 10 in 12 2/3 innings pitched.
  • Joseph Odom (Winchester 2012) hit 133/133/167 in 30 at-bats for Peoria.
  • Mac Williamson (Harrisonburg 2011) had a great short season for Scottsdale, hitting 370/442/493 in 73 at-bats. He scored 15 runs, drove in 14, and had an 11/11 BB/K ratio.
  • Adam Parks (Charles Town 2013) went 0-0, 9.82 in 3 2/3 innings pitched.

So Big Mac had the best Fall, by a pretty wide margin. Of course, he made his major league debut in 2015, as well. In fact, Mac made Jim Callis’s list of top 20 AFL prospects, at #16:

He made his big league debut in September and looked the part more than most Fall Leaguers at 6-foot-5 and 240 pounds. Williamson does a nice job of working counts to get to his solid power, moves well for his size and has a right-field arm.

Hopefully all five can use this experience to springboard to more success!

Mac

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