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Arizona Fall League Roundup: Pirate's Tony Sanchez Homers Twice

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The AFL action has about another week of games and then we have to wait till spring training for baseball to return, but i will do my best to keep baseball on your minds through the winter. Here is another tweet from BA's Jim Callis:

That order works for me for ceiling. Would take Heyward's future over Harper. @CactiLeague: Rank by ceiling: Harper Heyward Stanton Brown

I couldn't disagree with Callis. But I love Stanton's power.

Here's a look at Thursday's AFL action:

Brandon Wood, LAA-1-4. RS

Josh Vitters, CHC-1-4, RS, 2 K

Tony Sanchez, PIT-2-4, 2 RS, 2 HR, 4 RBI

Josh Satin, NYM-2-4

Adron Chambers, STL-3-4, RS, 3 RBI, SB

Zack Cox, STL-0-4

Eric Hosmer, KC-0-3

Dustin Ackley, SEA-1-2, RS, 2 BB, SB

Jose Iglesias, BOS-0-6, RS, RBI

Juan Carlo Linares-3-5, 2 RS, RBI

John Tolisano-1-1, 2 RS, 2 RBI, 3 BB

Ben Revere, MIN-1-4, BB

Jose Ruiz-3-5, RS, RBI

Here is what BP's Kevin Goldstein had to say about Tony Sanchez in his Pirates Top 11 earlier this week:

Fantasy Impact: Good, as long as you always throw in that "for a catcher" qualifier in the sense that you have to have one, and he should supply 10-15 home runs annually with good on-base skills.

That's not bad for a catcher. Sanchez could see time in Pittsburgh in late 2011.