Watch Crawford's Double-A debut, Jobe, Crews vs. Acuña FREE

July 18th, 2024

Once again in 2024, baseball fans can watch Minor League Baseball games across all of MLB's digital platforms.

MLB.TV and At Bat subscribers can watch their favorite team's Minor League affiliates in the app at no additional cost, while all MiLB games will be available on MiLB.TV, on the web and in the MiLB app.

And with or without a subscription, you can watch select, curated Minor League games featuring MLB's top prospects FREE on MLB.com -- at the top of this article -- and on the MLB Pipeline homepage all season long. The MiLB Game of the Day will be available on MLB.TV as well.

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Here's what's on tap:

Friday, 6:20 p.m. ET – Reading (PHI) @ Portland (BOS)
Four prospects who participated in the 2024 All-Star Futures festivities last weekend square off in the first MiLB Free Game of the Day since the All-Star break. Headlining the matchup for Portland are Boston’s top three prospects – Marcelo Mayer (MLB No. 7), Roman Anthony (MLB No. 14) and Kyle Teel (MLB No. 24). Teel and Anthony were both stars of the weekend. Teel, the Portland backstop, posted the only multihit performance in the contest, swatting two doubles for the AL side, while Anthony belted six homers on eight swings in the “Swing for the Fences” round of the Skills Showcase, earning enough points to win the entire competition. Anchoring the Reading lineup in his Double-A debut will be Justin Crawford. MLB's No. 55 prospect robbed the Yankees' Spencer Jones of a hit by laying out in the Futures Game.

Saturday, 6:07 p.m. ET – Erie (DET) @ Binghamton (NYM)
Jackson Jobe -- MLB’s top pitching prospect -- makes his third start since returning to Double-A Erie on July 5. In his last appearance on July 11, Jobe was stellar, fanning eight in five scoreless frames vs. Somerset. He has allowed just one run in 10 innings and piled up 16 punchouts this month. The 2021 first-rounder will take on a Binghamton lineup anchored by Ryan Clifford. MLB’s No. 71 prospect has earned Prospect Team of the Week honors each of the last two weeks and has raised his batting average over 50 points in that span.

Sunday, 1:05 p.m. ET – Rochester (WSH) @ Syracuse (NYM)
Dylan Crews (MLB No. 4) and recently promoted Brady House (MLB No. 44) take on Luisangel Acuña (MLB No. 92) in a Triple-A matinee. Entering Friday, House had played just three games with Rochester and tallied four knocks, including two doubles. Crews was also amid a five-game hit streak. Acuña’s top attribute this season has been his speed. He entered the break with 29 steals, just one theft shy of the International League lead.