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Here’s the American League roster for the 2023 MLB Futures Game

We take a look at some of the top prospects on the AL side for the 2023 Futures Game over All-Star weekend in Seattle.

Jackson Holliday of the Baltimore Orioles looks on during a minor league spring training game against the Atlanta Braves at the Buck ONeil Baseball Complex on March 21, 2023 in Sarasota, Florida. Photo by Nick Cammett/Diamond Images via Getty Images

Baseball’s stars of tomorrow are set to descend on Seattle to square off in the 2023 Futures Game in less than two weeks. After 20 years of a U.S. vs. World format, this year’s event at T-Mobile Park will continue the NL vs. AL matchup that began back in 2019. The game, which is scheduled for seven innings, will begin at 7:00 p.m. ET exclusively on Peacock and SiriusXM. Rosters were released on Monday evening, so let’s take a look at the top prospects who made the cut in the National League.

2023 MLB Futures Game roster: American League

The Boston Red Sox lead the way with three prospects on the roster: pitcher Shane Drohan and top infield prospects Nick Yorke and Marcelo Mayer. The New York Yankees saw two of their farmhands make the list, breakout pitcher Clayton Beeter and 2022 first-round pick Spencer Jones. Other notable names include Oakland A’s catcher Tyler Soderstrom, Tampa Bay Rays first baseman Kyle Manzardo and Baltimore Orioles phenom (and No. 1 overall prospect) Jackson Holliday.


Clayton Beeter (NYY)
Jonathan Cannon (CWS)
Joey Cantillo (CLE)
Shane Drohan (BOS)
David Festa (MIN)
Will Klein (KC)
Sem Robberse (TOR)
Owen White (TEX)
Yosver Zulueta (TOR)


Harry Ford (SEA)
Edgar Quero (LAA)
Tyler Soderstrom (OAK)


Junior Caminero (TB)
Jackson Holliday (BAL)
Colt Keith (DET)
Justyn-Henry Malloy (DET)
Kyle Manzardo (TB)
Marcelo Mayer (BOS)
Kyren Paris (LAA)
Nick Yorke (BOS)


Lawrence Butler (OAK)
Jonatan Clase (SEA)
Drew Gilbert (HOU)
Spencer Jones (NYY)
Heston Kjerstad (BAL)