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Arizona Fall League Roundup: Trayvon Robinson Goes Yard

I'm back at it covering the performances of some of MLB's top prospects in the Arizona Fall League action. Before I get to the AFL boxscores, here is a recent tweet from ESPN's Keith Law on Yankees ptiching prospect Dellin Betances:

Betances has #1 starter ceiling but is miles away from it. RT @meo627 Betances wouldn't happen to be one of those couple dozen?

And this from Fangraph's Bryan Smith who's in Arizona checking out a few games over the next 4 days:

Jerry Sands was going opposite field throughout batting practice, and hit a lot of balls with topspin. I believe the .300 batting average more than the 35 home runs. Teammate Trayvon Robinson didn’t have very good bat speed, but showed more power than his ISO from this year would have you believe.

Here's a look at the top AFL performances from Monday:

Brett Jackson, CHC-1-3, RS, 2 RBI, BB, K

Kirk Nieuwenhuis, NYM-1-4, RS, BB

Tony Sanchez, PIT-1-5, 2 K

Josh Vitters, CHC-0-2, BB, K

Andrew Romine, LAA-3-4, 2 RS, 2 SB

Trayvon Robinson, LAD-2-4, HR, 3 RBI

Austin Romine, NYY-1-4, RS, 2B

Brandon Laird, NYY-1-4, RS, 2B

Jerry Sands, LAD-2-3, RS, 2B, RBI, BB, SB

Cory Harrilchak, ATL-4-4, 2 RS, HR, 3 RBI, SB

A.J. Pollock, ARI-1-3, RBI, BB

Derek Norris, WAS-0-2, RBI, BB

Charlies Culberson, SFG-1-4, RS, 2B

Ben Revere, MIN-1-4, 

Devin Mesoraco, CIN-2-4, RS, K