Here's a look at top prospects to watch Wednesday in Minor League action:Hitter to watch: Andrew Benintendi (Red Sox's No. 3)
After an 0-for-4 Double-A debut, Benintendi notched his first two hits with the Portland Sea Dogs on Tuesday, going 2-for-3 with two RBIs. Benintendi, baseball's No. 22 overall prospect,
Here's a look at top prospects to watch Wednesday in Minor League action:
Hitter to watch: Andrew Benintendi (Red Sox's No. 3)
After an 0-for-4 Double-A debut, Benintendi notched his first two hits with the Portland Sea Dogs on Tuesday, going 2-for-3 with two RBIs. Benintendi, baseball's No. 22 overall prospect, hit .341 in 34 games with Class A Advanced Salem and it's time to see if he can continue to produce like one of the top hitters in the Minor Leagues at the Double-A level. The Sea Dogs face the Fisher Cats at 6:00 p.m. ET on MiLB.TV.
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Pitcher to watch: Cody Reed (D-backs' No. 14)
The 19-year old left-hander is off to a strong start in his first season with Class A Kane County. Reed, the D-backs' second-round selection in the 2014 Draft, is 3-1 with a 0.78 ERA through his first four starts this year. Reed has struck out 36 in 23 innings and has yet to give up more than one earned run in any starts. The D-backs' prospect will look to continue his strong start against Peoria at 12:00 p.m. ET on MiLB.TV.
Duel of the day: Jon Harris (Blue Jays' #4) vs. Logan Allen (Padres' #7) Lansing at Fort Wayne (11:05 a.m. ET)
After a shaky 2016 debut, Harris has been lights out. The Blue Jays prospect was unable to escape the first inning on April 9, but since then, he's yet to allow an earned run. Harris gave up just two hits and two walks over five frames in his last outing and is looking to put some more zeroes on the scoreboard today.
Allen got roughed up a bit in his last outing (three earned runs in four innings), but has pitched well overall in 2016 (2-2, 2.74 ERA). The Padres prospect has given up two earned runs or less in six of seven starts this season and has not walked a batter in his last three outings.
Wednesday's Top 100 Probables
No. 62 Cody Reed (Reds' #3) Louisville vs. Scranton/Wilkes-Barre (7:05 p.m. ET on MiLB.TV)
No. 65 Amir Garrett (Reds' #4) Pensacola vs. Mississippi (7:30 p.m. ET on MiLB.TV)
More top prospect probables
Tyrell Jenkins (Braves' #8) Gwinnett vs. Durham (AAA)
Zach Eflin (Phillies' #13) Lehigh Valley vs. Syracuse (AAA)
Josh Turley (Tigers' #30) Toledo at Buffalo (AAA)
Adalberto Mejia (Giants' #10) vs. Cale Coshow (Yankees' #22), Richmond at Trenton (AA)
Reynaldo Lopez (Nationals' #5) Harrisburg at Erie (AA)
Matt Strahm (Royals' #10) Northwest Arkansas vs. Arkansas (AA)
Ryan Yarbrough (Mariners' #12) Jackson at Mobile (AA)
Trey Nielsen (Cardinals' #23) Springfield at Tulsa (game 1 of doubleheader) (AA)
Ricardo Pinto (Phillies' #10) vs. Chris Lee (Orioles' #8) Reading at Bowie (AA)
Brad Markey (Cubs' #29) Birmingham at Tennessee (AA)
Connor Sadzeck (Rangers' #27) Frisco at Midland (AA)
Mitch Brown (Indians' #30) Lynchburg vs. Salem (A Adv)
Brandon Woodruff (Brewers' #30) Brevard County vs. Bradenton (A Adv)
Chance Adams (Yankees' #21) Tampa vs. Jupiter (A Adv)
Sam Coonrod (Giants' #6) San Jose at Stockton (A Adv)
Jonathan Hernandez (Rangers' #28) Hickory at Lexington (A)
Casey Shane (Indians' #29) Lake County vs. Dayton (A)
Justin Steele (Cubs' #17) South Bend vs. Great Lakes (A)
Devin Williams (Brewers' #9) vs Joe Gatto (Angels' #6) Wisconsin vs. Burlington (A)
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