LIVE: Leiter's debut, 1st-rounder Langford in Triple-A spotlight

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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:

Saturday, 9:05 p.m. ET -- Round Rock (TEX) vs. Tacoma (SEA)
The Rangers might be putting a couple of their most notable prospects on the Express train. Triple-A Round Rock's lineup is expected to feature MLB's No. 13 prospect Wyatt Langford -- the fourth overall pick in this year's Draft -- with Rangers' No. 5 prospect Jack Leiter -- the No. 2 overall pick in 2021 -- on the mound. In 12 games with Double-A Frisco, Langford slashed .405/.519/.762, while Leiter posted 110 strikeouts over 81 2/3 innings this year for the RoughRiders. The fireballing right-hander would be challenged by Ryan Bliss -- the Mariners' No. 14 prospect -- who recently became just one of five Minor Leaguers in the past 30 years to post a 20-homer, 50-steal season.

Sunday, 5:35 p.m. ET -- Erie (DET) vs. Binghamton (NYM)
Six players off MLB's Top 100 Prospects list stand to make an impact in the Eastern League Championship Series, which kicks off Sunday. The Tigers' Jace Jung (MLB No. 67) hit half of his 28 home runs in 2023 for the SeaWolves, despite having been promoted to the level only in late July. And Detroit's Jackson Jobe just made his Double-A debut last week and aced the test, showing why he's MLB's 9th-ranked RHP prospect. But the Mets-affiliated Rumble Ponies have capable recent additions of their own. Kevin Parada (MLB No. 89) and Jett Williams (MLB No. 78) were New York's top two picks of last year's Draft, and they both arrived at Double-A in the last few weeks. Of course, since midseason, Binghamton has featured two marquee names involved in blockbuster deals at the Trade Deadline: Luisangel Acuña (MLB's No. 38 prospect, acquired from the Rangers for Max Scherzer) and Drew Gilbert (MLB's No. 52 prospect, acquired from the Astros in the Justin Verlander deal). Blade Tidwell (NYM No. 3) -- the Mets' next pick after Williams in last year's Draft -- is slated to start this one for the Rumble Ponies.