The Arizona Fall League has been in full swing for a while now with six Atlanta Braves prospects continuing their seasons in the fall league. The Braves’ top position player prospect, Justyn-Henry Malloy, is the the top prospect Atlanta sent this year although there are several interesting players on both sides of the ball in attendance for Atlanta. The AFL runs for six weeks and we have now reached the point where the Arizona Fall League All-Star Game is going to take place.
Most of the rosters are just selected without any fan input, but for the final two roster spots, the AFL has opened it up for a fan vote. On the National League side of the ballot, two Braves prospects are among the four nominees in Malloy and shortstop Cal Conley.
Which Braves prospect do you want to see in the AFL All-Star Game?
If we are talking about voting purely based on merit, Cal Conley has been the better player in the AFL as he has been on quite the heater. In 18 games, he has posted an .895 OPS with a couple of homers. Justyn-Henry Malloy, on the other hand, is most assuredly the better prospect, has some name recognition, and has been no slouch with a .290/.421/.387 line of his own. If Malloy had just hit for a bit more power in his 17 games, he probably would have just been selected to the team without a vote although the competition is fierce down there.
If you want to place your vote to help your favorite between Malloy or Conley, all you have to do is clink on the link in the tweet and then it will direct you to another link where you can vote (or you can just click right here to make it easy). While you have to like their chances of getting in given how well Braves country generally turns out for votes like this, it is far from a sure thing so make sure you go vote to see Justyn-Henry Malloy or Cal Conley in the AFL All-Star Game.