Futures MLB 2022 game: live stream, TV channel, rosters, how to watch with top prospects facing off in Los Angeles

This Saturday, the game’s top prospects will gather at Dodger Stadium for the 2022 Futures Game. The Futures Game is MLB’s annual showcase of the sport’s top potential big leaguers, some of whom will be making their big league debuts in the second half. And you know what? Some will be redeemed at the deadline. This is how it has been throughout the history of Futures Game.

With some stars of tomorrow set to face off in Los Angeles, let’s set the scene, starting with streaming information for Saturday’s game.

How to watch the 2022 MLB Futures game

  • Date: Saturday July 16 | Time: 7 p.m. ET
  • Direct: Peacock
  • TV channel: N/A (Game will be rebroadcast on MLB Network Sunday at 9 a.m. ET)

The Futures 2022 game rosters were released in full earlier this month. Here are the Futures 2022 game rosters with each player’s MLB.com Top 100 Prospects list ranking (if applicable).

American League

Yainer Diaz

Astros

Dillon Dingler

tigers

Shea Langeliers

Athletics

No. 32

Gunnar Henderson

Orioles

#5

Curtis Mead

Rays

No. 61

Jhonkensy Noel

Guardians

Nick Pratto (replaced on the list)

Royals

No. 71

Ceddanne Rafaela

Red Sox

spencer steer

Twins

Antoine Volpe

Yankees

No. 8

Denzel Clarke

Athletics

Oscar Colas

White socks

Jason Dominguez

Yankees

No. 40

George Valera

Guardians

No. 33

Matt Waller

Twins

Dustin Harris Rangers

Brayan Bello (replaced on the roster)

Red Sox

No. 45

Taj Bradley

Rays

No. 34

hunter brown

Astros

No. 85

Ky Bush

angels

Wilmer Flores

tigers

Emerson Hancock

sailors

Jack Leiter

Rangers

No. 17

Ricky Tiedemann

blue jays

No. 64

Ken Waldichuk

Yankees

No. 74

Yosver Zulueta

blue jays

Alec Marais Royals

Leiter, the No. 2 pick in 2021, is the son of longtime big leaguer Al Leiter, and he had a rocky season. The Yankees are one of only two teams to send three players to the Futures Game (the host Dodgers are the other), including their top prospect (Volpe) and perhaps the most famous underage prospect (Dominguez ). Bello made his MLB debut this month and was replaced on the roster.

National League

Francisco Alvarez

Dishes

No. 2

Diego Cartaya

Dodgers

No. 14

Henry Davis (replaced on the list)

pirate

No. 18

Logan O’Hoppe

Phillies

No. 90

Darren Baker

Nationals

Elly De La Cruz

Reds

No. 50

Ezequiel Tovar (replaced on the list)

rockies

No. 58

Michael Vargas

Dodgers

No. 72

David Villar (replaced on the roster)

giants

Jordan Walker

Cardinals

No. 7

Masin Winn

Cardinals

No. 91

Marc Vientos Dishes
Khalil Watson Diamondbacks

Corbin Carroll

Diamondbacks

#3

Jackson Chourio

Brewers

No. 38

Pete Crow Armstrong

Cubs

No. 79

Robert Hassell III

padres

No. 24

Zac Veen

rockies

No. 23

Joey Wimer Brewers No. 62

Andre Abbott

Reds

mike burrows

pirate

Cade Cavalli (replaced on the roster)

Nationals

No. 47

Kyle Harrison

giants

No. 26

Anthony Kelly

Brewers

Bobby Miller

Dodgers

No. 27

Erik Miller

Phillies

Eury Perez

marlins

No. 16

Jared Shuster

brave

Jose Ferrer Nationals

First of all, yes, Darren Baker is Dusty’s son. Washington selected Baker in the 10th round of last summer’s amateur draft. You probably remember Darren as the ball boy who was nearly smashed at home plate in Game 5 of the 2002 World Series. hurt.

Dusty will lead the AL All-Star team this year, although the Futures Game takes place on Saturday, July 16. The Astros will be at home to face the Athletics that day. Dusty won’t be in Los Angeles to see Darren play in the Futures Game. Shame.

In addition to Baker, the NL team features the No. 1 pick in the 2021 draft (Davis) as well as MLB.com’s top two underage prospects (Álvarez and Carroll), although Davis had to be replaced on the roster due to injury (Tigers outfielder Riley Greene, the No. 1 prospect, is currently in the big leagues). Crow-Armstrong is notable for being the prospect the Cubs received when they traded Javier Báez to the Mets last year. Villar, it should be noted, was called up to the major leagues earlier this month and has also been replaced on the Futures Game roster.

The Futures Game is intended to feature the best prospects in the game and is not necessarily an All-Star Game with the best underage players. That said, there’s a lot of overlap between “top prospects” and “top performers.” Cubs prospect Brennen Davis was named Futures Game MVP last year.

The Futures game has been around since 1999 and originally featured a USA vs. World format. In 2019, MLB adopted an AL vs. NL format.