Four current Mississippi Braves are scheduled for duty in the Arizona Fall League, according to an mlb.com report. Outfielder Kyle Wren, shortstop Daniel Castro and pitchers Ryne Harper and Brandon Cunniff are on the early roster for Peoria. The prospect-packed AFL begins on Oct. 7. Also slated for the league are ex-Mississippi State star Hunter Renfroe, now in Double-A for San Diego, and East Central Community College alum Tim Anderson, in Double-A for the Chicago White Sox. Anderson hit his first Double-A home run on Tuesday night at Trustmark Park. Wren, son of Atlanta GM Frank Wren, is batting .262 with 11 steals in 52 games for the M-Braves. Castro is at .277 in 47 games. Harper is 8-5 with a 2.65 ERA in 46 relief appearances, and Cunniff has a 2.13 in 32 games. Two former M-Braves, right-hander Aaron Northcraft — having a good year at Triple-A Gwinnett — and third baseman/outfielder Edward Salcedo — having a rough year at Gwinnett — also are on the Peoria roster. M-Braves second baseman Jose Peraza, hitting .341 but currently on the disabled list, is reportedly going to play in his native Venezuela this winter instead of in the AFL.