Spring Breakout rosters are set: Here's your full guide

March 14th, 2024

Spring Breakout begins Thursday, and all 30 teams are ready to roll with prospect-loaded rosters for the showcase games scheduled through Sunday.

The inaugural edition of Spring Breakout features hundreds of the top prospects from around the league. The rosters are stacked, highlighted by 70 players from MLB Pipeline’s Top 100 Prospects list and nearly two-thirds of the 900 players on the team Top 30 lists. Four teams (D-backs, Cardinals, Rockies, Mariners) are sending each of their top 10 prospects -- with Arizona, Colorado, and St. Louis sending 14 of the top 15 prospects in their systems. Kansas City is filling the highest percentage of its roster with Top 30 prospects, as 24 of the Royals' 27 participants are ranked prospects.

All 16 Breakout games will be held across the Grapefruit and Cactus Leagues and will be broadcast through MLB.com, MLB Network or regional sports networks. The full schedule is here.

Here's a team-by-team look at each roster, with storylines to follow and prospect rankings.


Blue Jays
Although Ricky Tiedemann won't be participating in Spring Breakout, Toronto is deploying 10 other highly ranked prospects against the division-rival Yankees. More »

Jackson Holliday should get his chance at a rematch against Paul Skenes. The matchup raved about before Spring Breakout already happened Feb. 29, but with two of the league's best farm systems going head to head, the opportunity for a Round 2 presents itself. More »

Young contributors have been key for Tampa Bay over the last decade. With four prospects in the MLB Pipeline Top 100, three of them headline the organization's participants at Spring Breakout, including No. 4 overall prospect Junior Caminero. More »

Red Sox
A trio with a close bond -- Marcelo Mayer, Roman Anthony and Kyle Teel -- lead the way for Boston's roster. The Top 100 position players offer a sneak peek to the possible future of the Red Sox's lineup against the Braves. More »

Spencer Jones has heard the comparisons for more than a calendar year, beginning when the Yankees selected him 25th overall in the 2022 MLB Draft: "A left-handed Aaron Judge." Although now reassigned to Minor League camp, Jones has the opportunity to put those comparisons and tools on display March 16. More »


Chase DeLauter has already been enjoying a spring breakout. And now he's headed to the capitalized version. MLB's No. 31 prospect has put on a show offensively in the Cactus League, and now against other top farmhands, he looks to continue his trend. More »

Dressing the maximum number of prospects for Spring Breakout, Kansas City pulled its best for a matchup with Milwaukee. Catcher Blake Mitchell (MLB No. 94), third baseman Cayden Wallace and right-handed pitcher Ben Kudrna lead 21 other ranked Royals prospects into a contest against the Brewers. More »

Max Clark stole the show last summer as one of the premier high schoolers in the MLB Draft, and after 23 games in his professional debut, Detroit's top prospect has his next stage to shine on. More »

Walker Jenkins, MLB's No. 10 prospect, was originally set for the spotlight, but he's being held out of the game out of an abundance of caution because of a strained left quad. Three other Top 100 farmhands are on the roster for a clash with an American League foe. More »

White Sox
Crushing his way through the Arizona Fall League, Colson Montgomery let everyone know he was coming. The 22-year-old now has his next spotlight to showcase his tools in pursuit of at-bats on the South Side. More »


With Nolan Schanuel projected to start the season in the big leagues, Los Angeles' No. 1 prospect won't be suited up for Spring Breakout. Yet two-thirds of the Angels' Top 30 is headed off to face the Dodgers' best. More »

Jacob Wilson, the sixth-overall pick in the 2023 MLB Draft, will be suited up for Oakland on March 15. The A's No. 1 prospect -- fresh off an invite to big league camp -- looks to show off his 65-grade hit tool against the cross-bay rival Giants. More »

Just because the Astros don't have any players on MLB Pipeline's Top 100 list doesn't mean the organization won't have some top-notch talent on display at Spring Breakout. With Houston coming off its seventh consecutive ALCS appearance, its next batch of contributors will be on full display. More »

With its Major League roster already fighting for a divisional crown, Seattle could turn to a trio of Top 100 prospects in the next few years to assist in that goal. Those three -- Cole Young, Harry Ford and Colt Emerson -- will preview that possibility against the Padres. More »

Even after a World Series title in 2023, Texas' young talent hasn't run dry. While Evan Carter and Wyatt Langford aren’t rostered for Spring Breakout, the Rangers still have a pair of Top 100 prospects headed to the event. More »


Nacho Alvarez Jr. and Drake Baldwin have made strong impressions as they have both experienced their first big league camp this year. Their talents will be spotlighted when they team up with other Braves prospects to play against a team of Red Sox prospects during MLB's first Spring Breakout weekend. More »

Since he was selected 10th overall in last July's MLB Draft, Marlins top prospect Noble Meyer has made his professional debut, started in the Minor League postseason and celebrated a Single-A championship. The 19-year-old will add competing in a top prospect showcase to his expanding résumé. More »

When the Mets acquired three prospects at the 2023 Trade Deadline for Max Scherzer and Justin Verlander, the immediate payoff may have been hard to see. It will appear a lot closer on March 15, when those three prospects -- outfielders Drew Gilbert and Ryan Clifford, and infielder Luisangel Acuña -- highlight the Mets' Spring Breakout contingent. More »

In the midst of a rebuild, the Nationals have developed three hitting prospects ranked in the Top 50 overall. Dylan Crews, James Wood and Brady House headline Washington's powerful Spring Breakout lineup. More »

The Phillies' roster will feature 20 of their Top 30 prospects, including recent first-rounders Mick Abel (No. 2), Aidan Miller (No. 3) and Justin Crawford. But there are plenty of others scheduled to play on March 16 who aren't as well-known, like Eduardo Tait, a 17-year-old catcher from Panama. More »


The Brewers will have one of the most loaded teams at Spring Breakout. Led by MLB's No. 2 overall prospect, 19-year-old outfield phenom Jackson Chourio, Milwaukee's roster for the upcoming showcase is stacked on both the hitting and pitching side. More »

The Cardinals' dedication to their farm system can be seen in how they are treating MLB's inaugural Spring Breakout. They are one of four MLB teams -- the D-backs, Rockies and Mariners are the others -- having all of its Top 10 prospects compete. More »

Michael Busch is fighting for a spot on the Cubs' Opening Day roster and will not participate in Spring Breakout. But don't worry -- with the addition of Pete Crow-Armstrong on Friday, the team now has six Top 100 prospects playing in the game, which is the most in baseball. More »

The Pirates are the only team with four pitchers on MLB Pipeline's Top 100 Prospects list. On March 14, during Major League Baseball’s inaugural Spring Breakout game, three of those pitchers will get to suit up together in what could be a preview of how a future Pirates rotation will look. More »

After the Reds drafted him seventh overall last July, Rhett Lowder did not pitch for the rest of the season. Now the right-hander will have a big stage to kick off his 2024 year as he headlines Cincinnati's Spring Breakout roster. More »


The D-backs' roster for Spring Breakout will be loaded, and manager Torey Lovullo is excited in particular to see some of the organization's prospects who are not in big league camp. Included in that group are Tommy Troy and Druw Jones, the team's top Draft picks from the last two years. More »

The Dodgers are sending an impressive contingent to Spring Breakout, including 16 of their Top 30 prospects. Thirteen of those are hitters, led by top prospect Dalton Rushing and toolsy outfielder Josue De Paula. More »

After drafting him as a two-way player out of high school, the Giants recently announced that Bryce Eldridge would focus solely on hitting. And now he'll get a great stage to show off his newly focused profile: leading the Giants' contingent in Spring Breakout. More »

The Padres' reloaded farm system had produced one of the most loaded Spring Breakout rosters in baseball. However, the trade for Dylan Cease and Jackson Merrill going to South Korea with the club thins out their strength a bit. More »

The Rockies' contingent is as loaded as any, as all 10 of the team's top prospects are participating in Spring Breakout. With seven of those 10 playing outfield, there will be plenty of talent to rotate in beyond Top 100 prospects Yanquiel Fernandez and Jordan Beck. More »