Watch, 8 ET: AFL Military Appreciation Game

Fall League contest will be streamed live tonight on, MLB Network

Watch, 8 ET: AFL Military Appreciation Game

Fans can get a glimpse of the future tonight, as top prospects from 10 Major League teams will be on display when the Peoria Javelinas take on the Salt River Rafters in the Arizona Fall League's Military Appreciation Game.

MLB Network and will carry the game live, beginning at 8 p.m. ET at Salt River Fields, and it will be called by's Jim Callis along with MLB Network's Paul Severino and Joe Magrane.

2016 Arizona Fall League rosters
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AFL club MLB clubs
Glendale CWS, HOU, LA, STL, WSH
Peoria BAL, CIN, SD, SEA, TB
Salt River ARI, ATL, COL, DET, MIL
Surprise BOS, KC, MIN, PIT, TEX
Scottsdale LAA, NYM, NYY, PHI, SF

Peoria starter Kyle McGrath (2-1, 4.50 ERA) allowed one earned run over his first four starts in the Fall League, but he struggled in his last turn, when he surrendered six runs on six hits in two innings against Glendale. The Padres left-hander spent all of 2016 in the bullpen, posting a 0.93 ERA with 78 strikeouts in 67 2/3 innings (45 appearances) across three levels.

Starting for Salt River will be left-hander Josh Taylor (1-0, 4.58 ERA), who has yielded just two runs in his last seven innings spanning two starts. The D-backs' No. 24 prospect struggled during the first half of the season in the Class A Advanced California League, but he fared better with the move up to Double-A Mobile in early July.

Watch live at 8 p.m. ET | Starting lineups

McGrath could have to contend with a pair of dangerous Rafters hitters in JaCoby Jones (Tigers' No. 9 prospect) and Dawel Lugo (D-backs' No. 10), who enter Friday tied atop the team's leaderboard in both hits (22) and RBIs (12), as well as Brewers Nos. 7 and 8 prospects Brett Phillips (No. 62 overall) and Isan Diaz (No. 96).

Taylor also will have his work cut out for him as he's tasked with facing 2016 Southern League MVP and No. 59 overall prospect Tyler O'Neill (Mariners' No. 2), who owns a .317/.377/.540 batting line with three home runs through 15 games. Meanwhile, Fall League standout Zach Vincej, a shortstop in the Reds' system, ranks second in the circuit in OPS (1.136) as well as third in average (.362) and RBIs (15).

Complete Arizona Fall League coverage

Below is a complete list of players on the active rosters who rank among's Top 30 Prospects in their organization:

RHP Parker Bridwell (No. 27, Orioles)
C Nick Ciuffo (No. 25, Rays)
OF Michael Gettys (No. 10, Padres)
LHP Luiz Gohara (No. 5, Mariners)
RHP Brent Honeywell (No. 2, Rays)
SS Drew Jackson (No. 3, Mariners)
RHP Phil Maton (No. 30, Padres)
OF Tyler O'Neill (No. 2, Mariners)
LHP Tanner Scott (No. 10, Orioles)
OF D.J. Stewart (No. 12, Orioles)
OF Justin Williams (No. 15, Rays)

Salt River
2B Travis Demeritte (No. 9, Braves)
SS Isan Diaz (No. 8, Brewers)
RHP Chris Ellis (No. 16, Braves)
C Grayson Greiner (No. 27, Tigers)
OF JaCoby Jones (No. 9, Tigers)
RHP Artie Lewicki (No. 24, Tigers)
3B Dawel Lugo (No. 10, D-backs)
3B/1B Ryan McMahon (No. 6, Rockies)
C Jacob Nottingham (No. 14, Brewers)
OF Dustin Peterson (No. 18, Braves)
OF Brett Phillips (No. 7, Brewers)
RHP Adam Ravenelle (No. 20, Tigers)
OF Christin Stewart (No. 3, Tigers)
LHP Josh Taylor (No. 24, D-backs)
RHP Spencer Turnbull (No. 12, Tigers)
2B Jamie Westbrook (No. 20, D-backs)

Mike Rosenbaum is a reporter for Follow him on Twitter at @GoldenSombrero. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.