Yankees prospects Justus Sheffield and Thairo Estrada named Arizona Fall League All-Stars

Billy McKinney and Estevan Florial also named finalists for game's Final Vote
Justus Sheffield named an Arizona Fall League All-Star.|Art or Photo Credit: Twitter/@TrentonThunder

Justus Sheffield and Thairo Estrada both made the AFL East squads, while Billy McKinney and Estevan Florial were named finalists for the "Final 2" voting ballot.

Fans can cast their votes for McKinney and Florial until 2:00 pm EST on Wednesday, before the game gets underway Saturday evening at Salt River Fields in Scottsdale.

Sheffield, 21, is the fourth-ranked prospect in the Yankees organization per MLB.com, and has been outstanding in his Fall League debut. Through four starts, Sheffield has picked up two decisions while pitching to a 2.37 ERA, and has struck out 21 batters while walking just two over 19 innings.

Estrada, 21, is the Yankees' 17th-ranked prospect, and enjoyed a stellar 2017 season before taking his talents to Arizona. With the Scottsdale Scorpions, Estrada has slashed .390/.432/.512 with two doubles, a homer, six RBI, two stolen bases and nine runs scored over his first 10 Fall League games. 

McKinney, 23, has driven in more runs (17) than any Fall League hitter this year, despite playing just nine games. McKinney's .900 OPS is among the highest marks on the Scorpions, and his knack for run-production has certainly turned heads within the Yankees organization.
Florial, 19, has looked very comfortable alongside some of MLB's most highly touted prospects, despite the fact that he's still a teenager. The toolsy neophyte has shot up prospect rankings since he joined the organization in 2015, and is a highly intriguing prospect who's been able to carry his strong 2017 performance into a potential trip to the Fall-Star showdown.

For complete rosters and more information on this year's Fall League, including how to vote for the "Final 2," visit the link here.