LIVE: Watch FREE as Reds' Marte, Cubs' PCA collide at Double-A

June 2nd, 2023

New for the 2023 season, MLB.TV and MLB app subscribers can watch their favorite team's Minor League affiliates in the app. All MiLB games are also available on MiLB.TV on the web and the First Pitch app.

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

Here's what's on tap for the week:

Friday, 7 p.m. ET -- Chattanooga (CIN) vs. Tennessee (CHC)
Here's a matchup of a couple marquee prospects -- the Reds' Noelvi Marte against the Cubs' Pete Crow-Armstrong. Cincinnati's Triple-A club in Louisville is rightfully getting a lot of press for amazing offense, but Marte's been setting off sparks with the Double-A Lookouts. The club's No. 2 prospect (MLB's No. 21 overall), has hovered around the top of the Southern League leaderboards in average, hits, runs, homers and slugging percentage. Crow-Armstrong, the Cubs' top prospect (MLB No. 13) continues to show he's the complete package with the Smokies -- delivering with the bat, on the basepaths and with his arm and glove in the outfield. On top of that, Tennessee has slugger Owen Caissie (CHC No. 12) parking balls over the fences.

Saturday, 8:15 p.m. ET -- Visalia (ARI) vs. Lake Elsinore (SD)
Ethan Salas was the top prospect in the 2023 international signing class when the Padres inked him in January. Not six months later, he's made his pro debut with the Storm as MLB's No. 86 prospect at age 16, becoming the youngest player in full-season ball. Lake Elsinore also features 18-year-old outfielder Samuel Zavala, who's San Diego's No. 4 prospect. The visiting Rawhide have been getting hot hitting from 17th-ranked D-backs prospect Manuel Pena and just welcomed back Kristian Robinson, who'd last played in 2019 and was MLB's No. 43 prospect entering 2020.

Sunday, 1:05 p.m. ET -- Worcester (BOS) vs. Louisville (CIN)
When Elly De La Cruz and Christian Encarnacion-Strand joined the Reds' Triple-A affiliate after early injuries delayed their season starts, the Bats started hitting on all cylinders throughout the lineup. Every day is an opportunity for a highlight reel from EDLC (MLB's No. 4 prospect) -- be it showing off his arm, bat or speed. And Encarnacion-Strand continues to display amazing power. That duo and the Bats will face a highly ranked WooSox pitching lineup and some big bats in Wilyer Abreu (BOS No. 22) and David Hamilton (BOS No. 27) that have keyed another of the top offensive teams in the International League.