• World of talent wows Miami in Futures Game

    What follows is a recap of each player's performance from the 19th edition of the SiriusXM All-Star Futures Game at Marlins Park, a 7-6 win for the United States over the World Team. Among the highly regarded players in this year's exhibition were 27 players on MLBPipeline.com's Top 100 Prospects list.

  • USA rides Honeywell, big bats to Futures win

    Playing in front of an enthusiastic crowd Sunday afternoon, the U.S. got back on the winning track, mashing in the early innings before holding on for a 7-6 victory over the World in the SiriusXM All-Star Futures Game at Marlins Park.

  • Laughter reigns at Legends/Celebrity game

    While the Futures Game involves youngsters on the cusp of realizing big league dreams and the All-Star Game spotlights the very best today's game has to offer, the Legends and Celebrity Softball Game is a nice contrast to the more scrutinized events presented this week.

  • Honeywell 1st pitcher to win Futures MVP

    Yes, Brent Honeywell throws a screwball, though he bristles when people view his mound artistry as some kind of novelty act. The Rays standout also throws four other pitches, and he put his entire arsenal on display Sunday to secure the Larry Doby Award as MVP of the SiriusXM All-Star Futures Game, which Honeywell's U.S. squad won over the World, 7-6. Honeywell became the first pitcher in the game's 19-year history to win the honor.

  • Statcast takeaways from the Futures Game

    The 2017 Futures Game didn't just let us see baseball's next wave of great prospects on television, it allowed us to collect some Statcast data on some extremely talented young players. Which future stars stood out?

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  • Kopech strikes out Moncada in Futures Game

    Michael Kopech got his wish. A few hours before Sunday's SiriusXM Futures Game began, the hard-throwing pitcher said he wanted to take on fellow White Sox prospect Yoan Moncada. It would be a chance to pit Kopech's high-octane fastball against Moncada's potent bat.

  • Deadline ahead, Astros show Futures talent

    Kyle Tucker and Derek Fisher dressed on opposite sides of the clubhouse at Marlins Park on Sunday afternoon, two young, highly regarded prospects who barely know one another, but are inexorably connected through the Houston Astros.

  • Flashing back through Futures Game history

    A look back at some of the top plays and players in the history of the Futures Game.

  • Young SU2C honoree plays ball with celebs

    Jacob Teel, a 10-year-old baseball fan and player from Arkansas battling acute lymphoblastic leukemia, was honored in a special moment at the All-Star Legends and Celebrity Softball Game on Sunday.

  • Futures Game players on fast track to Major Leagues

    With 19 editions of the SiriusXM All-Star Futures Game now in the books, no one questions the game's ability to predict what the game will look like at the Major League level.

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  • Opponents for a day, Crew prospects excel

    Lewis Brinson's mother, Susie, drove about 45 minutes to see her son play on Sunday. She's seen him play before -- every Mother's Day since he was drafted, for starters. Mauricio Dubon, Brinson's Triple-A teammate, asked his mother to make a longer, rarer trip to Marlins Park on Sunday.

  • Honeywell, Kopech among top 10 Futures Game moments

    Brent Honeywell fanned four Top 100 Prospects in two shutout innings and became the first pitcher ever to win Futures Game MVP honors as the United States defeated the World 7-6. While Honeywell was the most impressive performer at the Futures Game, several other prospects provided memorable moments as well:

  • Rockies' duo flashes Futures Game leather

    Both members of the Rockies showed off their skills defensively during the 7-6 victory by the U.S. team in Sunday's SiriusXM Future's Game as Brendan Rodgers and Ryan McMahon both made two of the game's most impressive plays at Marlins Park.

  • No. 3 prospect Anderson looks like he belongs

    Marlins third-base prospect Brian Anderson stood up to the heat on Sunday afternoon, smacking two fastballs for hits for the United States in its 7-4 win over the World team in the Sirius XM Futures Game at Marlins Park.

  • Acuna displays arm, bat strength in Futures

    As he has flown through the Braves' farm system, Ronald Acuna has shown he has all the tools to become a Major Leaguer.

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  • Rising sons: Future bright for Vlad Jr., Bichette

    Vladimir Guerrero Jr. and Bo Bichette, the Blue Jays' first- and fifth-ranked prospects who both played in Sunday's SiriuxXM All-Star Futures Game, could one day anchor the middle of Toronto's lineup.

  • Renewed focus helping Cards' Flaherty excel

    The start to Jack Flaherty's breakout season came back in Los Angeles, where he went back to what was familiar to find what would take him further.

  • Rosario: '100 percent ready' for Mets to call

    Mets top prospect Amed Rosario is the club's most highly touted position player in years. As of yet, the organization has confined him to the Minors; Rosario went 0-for-2 with two strikeouts Sunday in his second career Futures Game. He believes his time is imminent.

  • Ray, Acuna put on show in Futures Game BP

    Batting practice for the SiriusXM All-Star Futures Game can be as exciting as the actual prospect showcase.

  • 'Futures' may not be far off for Phillies pair

    Rhys Hoskins and Scott Kingery -- ranked the Phillies' 11th and 12th prospect, respectively, by MLBPipeline -- were members of the U.S. team during the SiriusXM All-Star Futures Game at Marlins Park on Sunday. They are currently teammates at Triple-A Leigh Valley, and their excellent seasons so far have put them on the cusp of the big leagues.

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  • Marlins donate $100K to local food charity

    Prior to Sunday's SiriusXM All-Stars Futures Game at Marlins Park, Marlins president David Samson and senior VP of communications and broadcasting P.J. Loyello presented Feeding South Florida with a check on the field for the $100,000 Charity Partner Anniversary Gift.

  • Young sluggers mash in 5th annual HS Derby

    The fifth annual High School Home Run Derby on Sunday featured seven of the game's top high school sluggers launching balls deep into the stands. The top two finalists -- Noah Naylor of St. Joan of Arc Catholic School (Mississauga, Ontario) and Nolan Gorman of Sandra Day O'Connor HS (Glendale, Ariz.) -- will compete in between breaks of the T-Mobile Home Run Derby on Monday at 8 p.m. ET on ESPN.

  • Futures Game starting lineups

    The starting lineups, pitching order and reserves for the U.S. and World teams in the 2017 SiriusXM All-Star Futures Game.

  • Barria to represent Panama at Futures Game

    When Jaime Barria takes the field this afternoon at the 2017 SiriusXM All-Star Futures Game in Miami, he'll be representing not only the Angels, but also his native Panama.

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