Every autumn, the Arizona Fall League presents the baseball industry -- and the hardcore, baseball-loving spectators who make a pilgrimage there -- with a look at many of the game's most talented and advanced prospects on a singular, well-lit, geographically convenient stage. It is, in my opinion, the single most immaculate baseball-watching experience one can enjoy.
Each of the 30 Major League Baseball clubs sends a handful of prospects, enough to fill six rosters. Those six teams play a 32-game season in a semi-competitive utopia that acts as a kind of big league prep academy. Kris Bryant, Francisco Lindor, Byron Buxton, Addison Russell, Corey Seager and countless more budding stars have played in the league recently. Mike Trout and Bryce Harper once occupied the same Scottsdale outfield.
Rosters were unveiled last week, putting faces and names to this year's iteration of the league. Now that we know who's going, we can identify who to scout and who you should be looking for reports on from both Keith Law and myself when the season gets going in October. Let's take a closer look: