Tyler Nevin is enjoying his offseason, even if it technically hasn't begun.The 11th-ranked Rockies prospect singled twice and drove in two more runs Wednesday as Salt River defeated Mesa, 6-1, in Arizona Fall League play at Salt River Fields at Talking Stick.The son of Yankees coach and former big leaguer
Tyler Nevin is enjoying his offseason, even if it technically hasn't begun.
The 11th-ranked Rockies prospect singled twice and drove in two more runs Wednesday as Salt River defeated Mesa, 6-1, in Arizona Fall League play at Salt River Fields at Talking Stick.
The son of Yankees coach and former big leaguer Phil Nevin has hits in all four games he's played and is 7-for-15 (.467) with seven RBIs this fall.
Gameday box score
The 21-year-old was in the middle of a three-run first inning. D-backs No. 3 prospectJazz Chisholm reached on an error by Red Sox first baseman Josh Ockimey and stole second. After second-ranked Nationals prospect Carter Kieboom grounded out to move Chisholm to third, D-backs No. 5 prospect Daulton Varsho laced an RBI single to center field. Varsho stole second and scored on a base hit by top Marlins prospectMonte Harrison, who took third on an error by center fielder and Tigers No. 8 prospect Daz Cameron. Nevin then beat out a grounder to third that scored Harrison.
Nevin also drove in Salt River's final run in the seventh with a single to center.
Chisholm stole three bases and scored twice, while Varsho and Harrison had two hits apiece. Marlins No. 16 prospect Jordan Yamamoto (1-0) struck out six over three innings, allowing an RBI single to Tigers outfielder Daniel Woodrow.
Rockies No. 20 prospectJesus Tinoco fanned two in two scoreless frames and Marlins righty Kyle Keller struck out the side in the sixth for Salt River.
Red Sox right-hander Josh Taylor (0-1) gave up three runs -- one earned -- on three hits in two innings, while Cubs lefty Manuel Rondon hurled two scoreless frames for the Solar Sox.
In other AFL action:
Javelinas 7, Saguaros 2
Padres No. 23 prospectHudson Potts smashed a three-run homer in the first inning and added a single to help Peoria improve to 5-2. Buddy Reed, the Padres' 13th-ranked prospect, collected three knocks and scored twice, while No. 6 Braves prospectCristian Pache chipped in with two hits and a couple of RBIs. Mariners No. 9 prospectWyatt Mills, M's right-hander David McKay and Pirates righty Dauris Valdez combined for 3 1/3 scoreless innings to finish up. Pirates No. 8 prospectBryan Reynolds and Cardinals infielder Tommy Edman each drove in a run for Surprise. Gameday box score
Scorpions 2, Desert Dogs 1 (11 innings)
Mets No. 2 prospectPeter Alonso drew a bases-loaded walk in the 11th inning as Scottsdale improved to 4-3. No. 3 Reds prospect Taylor Trammell knocked in the Scorpions' other run with a single in the sixth and 20th-ranked Giants prospectGarrett Williams gave up three hits over four scoreless frames. Indians outfielder Connor Marabell singled home No. 28 White Sox prospectLaz Rivera with Glendale's lone run. Ninth-ranked White Sox prospect Luis Alexander Basabe singled twice, walked and stole a base for the winless Desert Dogs. Gameday box score