Chavis turns power back on with Javelinas

Red Sox No. 2 prospect slugs inside-the-parker and solo shot

Michael Chavis slugged a career-high .563 across two levels this season. (Jennifer Stewart/MLB Photos)

By Staff | November 14, 2017 6:22 PM ET

This season, Michael Chavis put his power on display. And while his Arizona Fall League campaign hasn't been quite as thunderous as the regular season, he showed Tuesday that it's definitely still there.

Boston's second-ranked prospect slugged two homers -- including an inside-the-parker -- and plated three runs but Peoria fell to Salt River, 11-4, at Salt River Fields at Talking Stick.

Gameday box score

After tallying two jacks in his first 20 AFL games, Chavis stepped up in the fifth inning with one on and two out.'s No. 92 overall prospect belted a fly ball to right-center field. Right fielder Yonathan Daza (Rockies) and center fielder Victor Reyes (D-backs) collided while trying to make the play and Chavis raced home for an unconventional two-run homer. Both outfielders, who were both able to walk off the field on their own, exited the game.

Offseason MiLB include

Chavis drilled the first pitch of the eighth to left for his second long ball of the game. He collected three multi-homer games while posting 31 jacks across Class A Salem and Double-A Portland.

"During BP every day I didn't go out there just trying to hit as many home runs as possible or show off my power," he told last month. "It sounds stupid because you think it would be common sense, but I treated BP as preparation for the game. In my swings and in every round, I had a plan and I had a goal."

Brewers No. 14 prospect Monte Harrison knocked a three-run homer, ninth-ranked Orioles prospect Anthony Santander tripled, doubled and drove in three, and Rockies No. 14 prospect Brian Mundell went 3-for-3 with a double, three RBIs and two walks for Salt River.

In other AFL action:

Saguaros 6, Scorpions 5

Third-ranked Yankees prospect Estevan Florial doubled twice and drove in a run as part of a 3-for-4 day for Scottsdale, while Giants No. 8 prospect Aramis Garcia and 24th-ranked Mets prospect David Thompson added two hits apiece. Rangers No. 15 prospect Josh Morgan, No. 18 Cardinals prospect Oscar Mercado and Chris Paul (Twins) each collected two hits for Surprise. Third-ranked Giants prospect Tyler Beede allowed two runs on six hits over five innings. Gameday box score

Desert Dogs 5, Solar Sox 1

Zach Green (Phillies) fell a triple shy of the cycle, plating two runs while scoring twice for Glendale. Pirates No. 9 prospect Kevin Kramer and 12th-ranked Philadelphia prospect Cornelius Randolph and Ka'ai Tom (Indians) added two hits apiece. A's No. 14 prospect Sheldon Neuse homered for Mesa's lone run against Indians left-hander Sean Brady, who allowed one run on three hits and two walks on four innings. Gameday box score

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