AFL Wrap-Up: Photos And Final Stats

Addison Russell had a productive AFL season.

We wrap up the 2013 Arizona Fall League season with stats and photos.

The 2013 AFL season came to an end last weekend when the Mesa Solar Sox fell to the Surprise Scorpions by a score of 2-0 in the AFL Championship game.

The Oakland A's AFL contingent made strong contributions to the Solar Sox's run to the title game. Below are the final stats for the players the A's sent to the AFL this season.

Addison Russell: .282/.361/.435 with 10 XBH and 15 runs scored in 21 games

David Freitas: .222/.382/.333 with a homer and eight runs scored in nine games

Max Muncy: .224/.350/.265 with 10 walks in 15 games

Bruce Maxwell: no hits in four at-btas in one AFL game (he was added to the roster late in the season to replace Freitas

Seth Frankoff: 1.46 ERA with eight hits allowed and a 15:3 K:BB in 12.1 innings

Jeff Urlaub: 2.77 ERA with 14 hits allowed and a 16:3 K:BB in 13 innings

Ryan Dull: 4.91 ERA with 11 hits allowed and a 9:4 K:BB in 11 innings

Omar Duran: 5.59 ERA with nine hits allowed and a 6:7 K:BB in 9.2 innings

ALL PHOTOS BY KIMBERLY CONTRERAS

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