LIVE: Watch Tigers prospects in Fall League

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While the Major League season has wound down to the final two teams competing for the Commissioner’s Trophy in the World Series, you can keep an eye on rising stars from all 30 teams on MLB.TV and throughout the fall.

Arizona Fall League games stream FREE, and MLB.TV subscribers can watch every single Dominican Winter League (aka LIDOM — Liga de Béisbol Profesional de la República Dominicana) game. Both circuits are chock full of MLB Pipeline’s top-ranked prospects, with the AFL a developmental showcase and LIDOM a hyper-competitive international league stocked with rising talent and veteran players — including some with MLB experience.

AFL: Salt River Rafters @ Mesa Solar Sox, 9:35 p.m. ET
The Solar Sox will deploy No. 24 A’s prospect Colin Peluse, who owns a 2.25 ERA through 12 AFL innings. He blanked Surprise over three frames in his previous outing. It won’t be easy for the right-hander, though, as Salt River’s lineup is filled with powerful bats. Top Cardinals prospects Jordan Walker (MLB No. 6) and Masyn Winn (MLB No. 51) lead the way for the Rafters with 23 runs and 22 RBIs over 33 combined games.

AFL: Mesa Solar Sox @ Peoria Javelinas, 3:35 p.m. ET
Another impressive Oakland arm starts for Mesa on Friday, this time ninth-ranked J.T. Ginn. The right-hander put up four zeros against Surprise his past time out, and he’s held opposing hitters to a .195 batting average. Ginn gave up two runs to Peoria on Oct. 21, with Padres outfielder Tirso Ornelas (No. 18) and Mariners infielder Jose Caballero each tagging him for an RBI double. Washington catcher Drew Millas (No. 30) has been a force for the Javelinas, posting a .314/.333/.529 slash line through 13 games entering Thursday.

AFL: 16th annual Fall Stars Game, 4 p.m. ET
While the lineups for the American League and National League sides have not yet been revealed, the 16th annual Fall Stars Game is sure to be a treat. The exhibition featuring the circuit’s top performers has a history of offering a memorable preview of the Majors’ future stars. Fans have a say on who will round out each roster, with Final 2 voting running though noon ET on Friday.

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