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10/31/10 12:23 AM ET

Saturday's Arizona Fall League roundup

Top draft pick Harper slugs first AFL homer in Scottsdale victory

Scorpions 13, Saguaros 9
Bryce Harper, the Nationals' first-overall pick in June, went deep for the first time in the AFL, pacing Scottsdale to a victory over Peoria. The outfielder went 3-for-5 with two RBIs and he missed hitting for the cycle by a triple. Brandon Belt (Giants) was 3-for-5, while teammate and AFL batting leader Charlie Culberson raised his average to .472 with two more hits. Game story | Box score

Rafters 8, Javelinas 7
Milwaukee prospect Hunter Morris continued his impressive Fall League showing with a clutch two-run single in Surprise's victory over Peoria. Texas League All-Star Joey Butler (Rangers) slugged his first homer of the fall -- a two-run shot in the third inning -- and third baseman Zack Cox (Cardinals) extended his hitting streak to five games after going 2-for-4 with two RBIs. Game story | Box score

Desert Dogs 12, Solar Sox 6
Marlins' first-rounder Kyle Skipworth and Cory Harrilchak (Braves) combined for four homers and 10 RBIs as Phoenix bested Mesa. Skipworth hit a pair of three-run shots, while Harrilchak added two two-run blasts. Oakland farmhand Travis Banwart tossed four one-run innings while striking out five to earn his fourth win for the Desert Dogs. Game story | Box score

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