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Off-season League Check In: 10/5/19

A couple of weeks into action, here's a rundown of how Phillies players are performing in the Arizona Fall League.

Each Phillies prospect plays for the Scottsdale Scorpions. The team has a 6-6 record through 12 games this year.  

Alec Bohm, image- Jay Floyd
Third baseman Alec Bohm in eight games sports a .387 batting average with two doubles and five RBI.  The righty hitting Bohm was the Phillies' first round draft selection in 2018.

In four games, Josh Stephen has tallied a .455 average with a triple and one RBI.  The 22-year-old lefty batter was an 11th round draft selection in 2016 by the Phils.

Center fielder Mickey Moniak has notched a .161 batting average with a double, a triple, four RBI and a stolen base in seven contests with Scottsdale.  The 21-year-old lefty hitter was the first overall selection in the 2016 draft.

In three games, infielder Nick Maton is batting .333 with a double a home run and a pair of RBI.  The lefty batting 22-year-old was selected by the Phillies in the 7th round of the 2017 draft.

Spencer Howard has allowed three hits over six scoreless innings in two starts for the Scorpions.  Additionally, he has struck out six and walked three in those frames.  The 23-year-old righty was the Phils' 2nd round draft choice in 2017.

Connor Seabold has a 1-0 record and a 0.75 ERA in three starts for Scottsdale.  He's struck out 18 batters and walked two in 12 innings.  The 23-year-old right-hander was the Phils' third round pick in 2017.

JoJo Romero has a 2.08 ERA, striking out one and waking three in 4 1/3 innings over three appearances.  Romero, a lefty, was the Phils' 4th round draft pick in 2016. 

Stats listed here are current prior to game action on Friday, October 4th.

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