Watch FREE as 2024's No. 1 int'l prospect, No. 2 pick in '22 meet at Single-A

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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:

Saturday, 9:30 p.m. ET – Lake Elsinore (SD) @ Visalia (AZ)
Two talented prospects who could become NL West rivals before long headline this Single-A matchup. Druw Jones (MLB No. 78) is tapping into the skills that enabled him to earn the largest Draft bonus in D-backs history with two homers last week and the same stellar defense as ever. Top international prospect Leodalis De Vries (MLB No. 79) is the youngest player in full-season ball -- he doesn't turn 18 until October -- and has five-tool potential as a switch-hitting shortstop. He's been tapping into his extra-base power more lately, with a stretch of five straight hits that were doubles in June.

Sunday, 1:05 p.m. ET – Rochester (WSH) @ Syracuse (NYM)
James Wood, MLB's No. 4 prospect, was sidelined in late May with right hamstring tightness but is expected back for this contest. When healthy he's done nothing but mash, with a .355/.465/.596 line and nine homers in 45 games before the injury. And he's been joined by Dylan Crews (MLB No. 6). The 2023 Golden Spikes Award winner burst onto the scene in pro ball last summer and this year's success has put him a level away from The Show. The Mets' Triple-A affiliate counters with speed in the form of Luisangel Acuña (MLB No. 77). After stealing 57 bases last season, the younger brother of All-Star Ronald entered the week second in the International League in swipes.