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Orioles pitching prospect Keegan Akin fired three scoreless innings on Wednesday for Salt River in the Arizona Fall League.

Akin came in relief, allowing just one hit while walking no one and striking out two. The Orioles took Akin with the 54th-overall pick in 2016, and his first professional season saw some ups-and-downs. When he's at his best, he shows a plus fastball/slider combination, and a usable change. Those pitches fluctuate in grade, however, and his command needs to take a step up. If it can, he can be a mid-rotation starter. If not, he's probably destined for the bullpen.
Oct 18 - 7:24 PM

Brewers prospect Lucas Erceg went 2-for-4 with a homer on Wednesday for Salt River in the Arizona Fall League.

It's the first homer of the AFL season for Erceg. The 46th pick of the 2016 draft, Erceg had a mixed season in his first full professional year, but the offensive talent here is obvious. There's power from the left-side, and he should get on enough to justify playing him everyday. Add in competent defense, and Erceg could be manning the hot-corner in the bigs by 2019.
Oct 18 - 6:52 PM

Braves catching prospect Alex Jackson went 4-for-5 with a homer and two double for Peoria on Wednesday in the Arizona Fall League.

It's the second homer of the AFL for Jackson, who has been tearing the cover off the ball in his time in the league. The defensive reports aren't great, but he is still "relatively" new to the position, and he's made enough progress there for him to potentially be a regular there. If he can, he might be a future All-Star at the position.
Oct 18 - 6:32 PM

Andre Ethier is back in the Dodgers' lineup for Game 5 of the NLCS against the Cubs on Wednesday.

Per Eric Stephen on Twitter, it's the first time that Ethier has started back-to-back games in the 2017 calendar. The full lineup goes Chris Taylor SS Cody Bellinger 1B Justin Turner 3B Yasiel Puig RF Andre Ethier LF Curtis Granderson CF Yasmani Grandal C Chase Utley 2B and Alex Wood on the mound.
Oct 18 - 6:11 PM

Rangers General Manager John Daniels said that the Rangers are "designed" for Adrian Beltre to be their third baseman in 2018.

Beltre was only able to play in 94 games in 2017 -- the lowest of his career -- but he showed no signs of slowing down when healthy, with 17 homers and a .915 OPS ranking among the best of third baseman in baseball. The Rangers will almost assuredly get trade offers for the 38-year-old despite his $18 million salary, but it sounds like Texas plans on bringing back the future Hall Of Famer for at least one more season.
Oct 18 - 6:07 PM
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