Wren among Braves minor leaguers going to fall league

NEW YORK – Former Georgia Tech center fielder Kyle Wren, the son of Braves general manager Frank Wren, is one of seven Braves minor leaguers who’ll play in the Arizona Fall League in October and November.

Wren has hit .282 with a .345 on-base percentage and 44 stolen bases in 128 games this season for high-A Lynchburg and Double-A Mississippi, after batting .335 with a .391 OBP and 35 steals in 53 games in his first professional season.

He’ll be joined on the Peoria Javelinas AFL squad by right-handers Aaron Northcraft, Brandon Cunniff, Ryne Harper and Nate Hyatt; infielder Daniel Castro, and outfielder Edward Salcedo.

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