Watch FREE: Jackson Holliday digs in at Triple-A vs. fellow Top 100 prospect

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Thursday, 12:05 p.m. ET – Jacksonville (MIA) @ Norfolk (BAL)
Jackson Holliday and Coby Mayo headline Norfolk in a matinee matchup vs. the Marlins’ Triple-A affiliate. Ranked as MLB’s No. 1 and No. 15 prospects respectively, the pair anchors a Norfolk lineup that leads the International League in runs scored. Since being activated from the injured list on June 25, Holliday has returned to his early season form. The 2022 No. 1 pick posted his first multihomer game of the season in the club’s first contest after the All-Star break on July 19. They'll be challenged by Max Meyer, MLB's No. 80 prospect. The 2020 third overall pick sports a 4.34 ERA in 15 games for the Jumbo Shrimp this year, but he hasn't given up more than an earned run in a game over four July starts, striking out 23 over 19 innings in that span.

Thursday, 7 p.m. ET – Birmingham (CWS) @ Tennessee (CHC)
The Crosstown Classic heads to Double-A for July’s edition of the MLB Pipeline Prospect Showcase Game, featuring Tennessee’s trio of Top 100 prospects – Matt Shaw (MLB No. 29), James Triantos (MLB No. 52) and Kevin Alcántara (MLB No. 64). Alcántara missed most of June with an injury, but returned on the 25th and has been red-hot since. They will take on a Birmingham lineup that features White Sox No. 7 prospect Jacob Gonzalez – their first-round selection from 2023.

Friday, 6:35 p.m. ET – Altoona (PIT) @ Erie (DET)
Jackson Jobe (MLB No. 11) and Thomas Harrington (PIT No. 5) go toe-to-toe in an elite pitching matchup. Jobe, MLB’s No. 1 pitching prospect, sports an eyepopping 1.51 ERA in 2024 and spearheaded an Erie no-hitter in his most recent start, spinning six hitless innings and fanning five. Looking to match Jobe’s output is Harrington, whose 2.44 ERA is among the Eastern League’s best. The former Campbell Camel has piled up 10 or more punchouts in each of his last two starts.

Saturday, 7:05 p.m. ET – Portland (BOS) @ Somerset (NYY)
One of the biggest rivalries in sports makes its way to the Eastern League for a Free Game of the Day packed with Top 100 talent. Marcelo Mayer (MLB No. 7), Roman Anthony (MLB No. 14) and Kyle Teel (MLB No. 24) lead the charge for Boston’s affiliate against Spencer Jones (MLB No. 73) and New York’s Double-A squad. After a shoulder injury hampered his 2023 season, Mayer has bounced back and then some in 2024. The 2021 first-round pick is on his way to posting career-best marks across the board.

Sunday, 1:05 p.m. ET – Fort Wayne (SD) @ Dayton (CIN)
First-rounders selected two picks apart square off in a High-A showdown. MLB’s No. 77 prospect Dylan Lesko – the No. 15 pick in 2022 – toes the rubber for Fort Wayne. In his last start on July 13, the right-hander matched his season high with nine strikeouts. He and battery mate Ethan Salas (MLB No. 6) will look to shut down MLB’s No. 83 prospect Cam Collier – the No. 18 pick in the 2022 Draft -- and MLB’s No. 98 prospect Sal Stewart. Collier won the 2024 All-Star Futures Game MVP award after belting a 409-foot homer.