Giants, A's Send 16 Prospects To Arizona Fall League

With the start of the MLB postseason also comes another MLB season, the Arizona Fall League season, which is slated to begin on October 9. The Oakland Athletics and San Francisco Giants will be well represented this year, sending 16 minor league prospects to Arizona this season, including outfielders Gary Brown and Grant Green.

Brown has been lighting it up down in Double-A for the Richmond Flying Squirrels, owning a .281 batting average with seven home runs and 42 RBI's along with 33 stolen bases as well. As for Green, he's batting .294 for the Triple-A Sacramento River Cats this season, with 14 home runs and 69 RBI's.

RHP Gary Daley, RHP Shawn Haviland, 1B Miles Head, RHP Brett Hunter, RHP James Simmons and C Max Stassi will also represent the Athletics this fall. As for the Giants, they'll also send 1B Ricky Oropesa, SS Joe Panik and four pitchers to be named later.

Each team will send eight players, with the Giants players joining the Scottsdale Scorpions while the A's will play for the Phoenix Desert Dogs.

For more on the Giants, head to McCovey Chronicles. For the A's side of the story, head to Athletics Nation.

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