The league, regarded throughout professional baseball as the "finishing school" for top prospects, released the schedule for its 26th season on Tuesday. It opens on Oct. 10 and runs through Nov. 18.
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Games are scheduled to be played Monday through Saturday, with each of the six teams receiving an off-day every Sunday throughout the season. Spring Training facilities -- Surprise Stadium, Scottsdale Stadium, Camelback Ranch-Glendale, Salt River Fields, Sloan Park and Peoria Sports Complex -- will provide a home for the six clubs.
The Bowman Hitting Challenge, which involves one batter from each Major League organization taking swings with the chance to win cash prizes, is scheduled to take place on Oct. 21 at Sloan Park.
The 12th annual Fall Stars Game is slated for Nov. 4 at Salt River Fields, and the league's championship game will conclude the season on Nov. 18 at Scottsdale Stadium.
The AFL's history of producing some of baseball's premier stars is striking. Approximately 2,600 of more than 4,500 Fall League participants have reached the Majors, while 261 have gone on to become MLB All-Stars. The league has produced 27 MLB Rookie of the Year Award winners, 16 MVP Award winners and six Cy Young Award winners.
Among them are some of baseball's brightest young stars -- Kris Bryant, Bryce Harper and Mike Trout -- who have ascended rapidly to professional baseball's elite.
Below is the list of AFL teams as well as their organizational assignments:
Mesa Solar Sox: A's, Astros, Cubs, Tigers, Nationals
Salt River Rafters: Brewers, D-backs, Marlins, Orioles, Rockies
Scottsdale Scorpions: Angels, Giants, Mets, Reds, Yankees
Glendale Desert Dogs: Dodgers, Indians, Pirates, Phillies, White Sox
Peoria Javelinas: Blue Jays, Braves, Mariners, Padres, Red Sox
Surprise Saguaros: Cardinals, Rangers, Rays, Royals, Twins