Watch FREE: Top prospects galore as Triple-A gets underway

March 30th, 2023

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The Triple-A International League and Pacific Coast League seasons get underway Friday, with the rest of the action beginning on Thursday, April 6.

Here's what's on tap for the opening weekend of Triple-A action:

Friday, 6:35 p.m. ET -- Norfolk (BAL) vs. Durham (TB)
When Orioles and Rays affiliates meet on Opening Night, they'll each have in the rotation a Top 10 RHP prospect who has a good chance of proving a key part of a big league contender this season. The visiting Tides can expect big things from Grayson Rodriguez (MLB's No. 7 prospect), who likely would have been in the Majors last year if not for a lat strain. The Bulls welcome back Taj Bradley (MLB No. 20), who features a tricky cutter to offset a fastball that can hit 98 mph. Keep an eye out for sluggers Colton Cowser (MLB No. 40) and Jordan Westburg (MLB No. 74) on the Norfolk side and Curtis Mead (MLB No. 33) and Kyle Manzardo (MLB No. 73) for Durham.

Saturday, 4:08 p.m. ET -- Columbus (CLE) vs. Iowa (CHC)
Brennen Davis, the Cubs' No. 3 prospect (and MLB's No. 92) was limited to 53 games last year after issues following a back injury. This season should be a big one for him, and he brings his 50-grade hit tool and 60-grade power into the opening series against Columbus. The Clippers, meanwhile, should be loaded with top Guardians prospects who may be stars come October: Bo Naylor (MLB No. 64), Tanner Bibee (MLB No. 65) and Brayan Rocchio (MLB No. 75) to name a few.

Sunday, 1:05 p.m. ET -- Syracuse (NYM) vs. Worcester (BOS)
Most Mets fans already know quite a bit about Francisco Álvarez (MLB No. 3) and Brett Baty (MLB No. 21), and the rest are probably going to find out soon. In the meantime, the two mashers will flex against Red Sox-affiliated Worcester.