This article is part of our Bernie on the Scene series.
Another Arizona Fall League season is now in the books.
Today, I offer my All-Arizona Fall League 2021 team.
I am confident that unless a serious injury hampers their progress, each of the players noted below will have Major League Baseball career.
I am also confident we can look to add these players to our fantasy rosters at some point in the near future.
Gabriel Moreno: Toronto Blue Jays, 5-11, 160 pounds, bats right
Line-drive bat. Quick hands and very good plate discipline. Improving defensive catcher
Logan O'Hoppe: Philadelphia Phillies, 6-2, 185 pounds, bats right
Solid hitting catcher. Big and strong. Plays good defense with a strong, accurate arm.
ONE TO WATCH
Austin Wells: New York Yankees. 6-2, 220 pounds, bats left
Sweet left-handed swing that will play well in Yankee Stadium. Improving as a defensive catcher.
STARTING FIRST BASEMAN
Juan Yepez, St. Louis Cardinals, 6-1, 200 pounds, bats right
Lots of home run power potential in a strong, compact frame. A real sleeper with impactful bat.
BACKUP FIRST BASEMAN
Triston Casas, Boston Red Sox, 6-4, 252 pounds, bats left
Big and strong, I think we'll see him in the big leagues this coming season. Power still to come.
ONE TO WATCH
Michael Toglia, Colorado Rockies, 6-5, 226 pounds, Bats both
Could be a force in Coors Field. Not as polished as one might like but has promise.
Note: Detroit Tigers' Spencer Torkelson injured his ankle early on. He left the league, but