The Arizona Fall League Fall Stars game is coming up this weekend, and two Atlanta Braves prospects will be part of the final vote for a roster spot on the National League team. Shortstop Cal Conley and outfielder Justyn-Henry Malloy (#30 on our preseason top 30) have had strong fall campaigns will be on the fan-voted ballot for the final spot on the National League roster. As the name implies, the Fall Stars game is a yearly all star game between the top performers in the Arizona Fall League and is often a showcase of some of the top prospects in all of baseball. This year’s game will be happening on Sunday, November 6th at 4 PM EST and will be preceded by a home run derby on Saturday at 8:35 PM EST. The game will be broadcast on MLB Network
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Cal Conley has been the primary shortstop and leadoff hitter for the Scottsdale Scorpions, and has done well in that role with a .403 on base percentage. Conley’s overall line is .259/.403/.500 and he has hit two home runs and eight extra base hits over 17 games. Conley has also stolen nine bases and driven in 13 runs.
Justyn-Henry Malloy was the most-hyped Braves prospect going into the fall and has lived up to that early on. While hitting in the middle of the lineup Malloy has a .423 on base percentage and is tied for sixth in the league with 13 walks. Malloy carried this over from a regular season during which he hit .289/.408/.454 and while his power has not translated this fall he has five extra base hits in 16 games.
To vote for Conley or Malloy you can visit https://www.mlb.com/arizona-fall-league/fall-stars-game/final-2-vote to cast your ballot. Voting ends Friday at 12 PM EST