The relative lack of pitching depth is often one of the stories of the Arizona Fall League, and this year's 20th edition was no exception. While there are always a few interesting arms, the league ERA this year was 5.53, which also reflects the good hitting environments in the league parks. No individual team had an ERA under five, the league on-base percentage was .362 and hitters slugged .454 as a whole, or roughly the numbers Andrew McCutchen put up in the big leagues this season.
After seven weeks of following the Fall League, here are 10 quick takeaways from the proceedings; some things I thought were worth mentioning.
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