The Minor League Baseball season is heating up, and you can catch some of baseball’s most exciting talents for FREE on MLB.com and MLB.TV.
Here’s the upcoming slate:
Wednesday, 1:05 p.m. ET — Sugar Land (HOU) @ Oklahoma City (LAD)
The OKC lineup boasts a pair of MLB Top 100 Prospects on the infield in second baseman Michael Busch (No. 60) and third baseman Miguel Vargas (No. 86). The pair combined to hit .285/.333/.500 in May, so you’ll want to catch them as they begin to bang the door to the Major League team. They’ll square off with a Space Cowboys lineup that includes Astros top-five prospects Korey Lee (No. 2) and Pedro Leon (No. 3).
Thursday, 7:05 p.m. ET — Iowa (CHC) @ Toledo (DET)
Riley Greene’s season was delayed by a fractured foot, but MLB’s No. 2 overall prospect — and top player in the Minors, after Adley Rutschman’s promotion — is back in action and knocking on Detroit’s door. In the other dugout, Nelson Velazquez (the Cubs’ No. 5 prospect) returned to Iowa after making his Major League debut at the end of May and is one of Iowa’s key offensive contributors in the absence of Brennen Davis (MLB No. 16), who underwent back surgery on June 2. On an off-day for both parent teams, kick back and watch some of the Cubs’ and Tigers’ future stars.
Saturday, 6:35 p.m. ET — New Hampshire (TOR) @ Binghamton (NYM)
The Rumble Ponies will make their third appearance on the MiLB on MLB.TV slate for good reason. The Mets’ trio of Top 100 Prospects remains a must-watch group, with Francisco Álvarez (No. 7) blasting majestic home runs on a near-nightly basis, Brett Baty (No. 23) returning to form after a stint on the IL and Ronny Mauricio (No. 71) starting off June strong. MLB’s No. 31 prospect, the Fisher Cats’ Orelvis Martinez, continues to be one of the top power hitters in the Minors, so watch for balls flying out of Mirabito Stadium in this matchup.
Sunday, 7:05 p.m. ET — Spokane (COL) @ Eugene (SF)
It’s a Sunday night game featuring two of the game’s most exciting young prospects. Marco Luciano (the Giants’ No. 1 prospect and MLB’s No. 8) and Zac Veen (the Rockies’ No. 1, MLB’s No. 29) are both just 20 years old and taking the Northwest League by storm, stuffing the leaderboards across multiple offensive categories. Catcher Drew Romo (MLB’s No. 93) adds additional thump to the Spokane lineup.