The Blue Jays are sending 6 players to the Arizona Fall League, to play on the Salt River Rafters. The five are Rowdy Tellez, Roemon Fields, Matt Dean, Justin Shafer, Chad Girodo and Brady Dragmire.
Tellez is the star of the group. A power hitting first baseman, Tellez has split time between Lansing and Dunedin this year, hitting.289/.347/.454 with 14 home runs, 38 walks and 84 strikeouts, in 103 games. He's 20 years old.
Fields played in 3 levels of the Jays farm system this year, spending most of the season in Dunedin, but also playing in New Hampshire and a few games in Buffalo. In all he hit .263/316/.322 in 113 games, with 2 home runs, 34 walks and 87 strikeouts. His selling card is his speed, he stole 42 bases, caught 14 times. He's 24, turns 25 in November. The Jays talked him up a fair bit this year, but he's going to have to learn to get on base more, if he's going to be a prospect.
Dean spent the season in Dunedin, hitting .256/.315/.403 with 12 home runs, 34 walks and 133 strikeouts in 117 games, playing mostly first base, with a few games at third. He's 22.
Girodo split time between Dunedin and New Hampshire, working out of the bullpen in both places. He has a 0.96 ERA in 56.1 innings. He's allowed 43 hits, 9 walks and 55 strikeouts. He's 24.
Shafer has split time between Lansing and Dunedin, and has split time between the rotation and the bullpen, starting 11 games and relieving in 16. In all, he has a 4.33 ERA. In 89.1 innings he's allowed 93 hits, 30 walks and 52 strikeouts.
Dragmire spent the season in Dunedin, working out of the bullpen. in 38 games he has a 5.22 ERA. in 60.1 innings, he's allowed 74 hits, 20 walks with 56 strikeouts. He's 22.