Now that we’ve covered all top 10s for each team, we zoomed out and ranked all 30 MLB organizations. Congrats to Rays fans, condolences to Brewers fans.
After finishing as the runner-up to Peoria in 2017, the Solar Sox bring a somewhat sub-par roster into 2018 league play. The highlights include a strong infield, some athletic outfielders, and a strong defensive catcher in Jake Rogers. Then again, this is the Arizona Fall League, who cares about records and such? We’re here for the prospects. A product of your affiliates organizational depth, Mesa draws from the Red Sox, Cubs, Tigers, Angels, and A’s. Not exactly the strongest group to pull from when the Tigers, Angels, and A’s don’t send their biggest name talent. That’s not to say there isn’t a strong group of future major leaguers to follow, but more on that below it’s the 2018 Mesa Solar Sox Preview.