Watch Minor League games on MLB.TV May 2-8

Get prepared for some more interesting Minor League Baseball action on MLB.TV this weekend. And now it’s complimentary!

On Saturday, tune in to enjoy Rangers No. 1 possibility Jack Leiter, who takes the mound for Double-A Frisco versus Seattle’s Arkansas Travelers. Then on Sunday night, get a glance of the Giants’ leading possibility, Marco Luciano, as he leads a stacked Eugene Emeralds lineup versus a D-backs’ Hillsboro Hops team that is packed also.

Select Minor League video games will be offered to stream totally free on MLB.TV this season, implying you can enjoy a few of the video game’s leading potential customers at no charge. And if you like what you see there, all offered Minor League video games are streamed on MiLB.TV, and you can include that to an existing MLB.TV membership for just $25.

Here’s the Minor League slate for this weekend:

Saturday, May 7, 7:35 p.m. ET — Arkansas Travelers (SEA) @ Frisco RoughRiders (TEX)
Leiter, the No. 17 total possibility in baseball, got the MiLB.TV on MLB.TV series going practically 2 weeks back, and as Frisco’s designated Saturday starter, the previous Vanderbilt star go back to the spotlight this weekend.

The 22-year-old right-hander has actually revealed flashes of what makes him among the most appealing arms in the Minor Leagues with a 2.84 age and 19 strikeouts over 4 starts (12 2/3 innings) in his very first taste of Double-A. However, he has actually strolled 9 because very same period and has yet to pitch past the 4th inning as the Rangers enjoy his early work.

Frisco’s house video game Saturday need to work well as a substitute Texas fans because the Rangers’ Saturday afternoon video game at Yankee Stadium has actually been drizzled out.

Sunday, May 8, 10:35 p.m. ET — Hillsboro Hops (ARI) @ Eugene Emeralds (SFG)
End your weekend in the Northwest League, listening to the lovely noises of Marco Luciano’s lasers off the bat.

The leading Giants possibility is off to a hot start in his go back to Eugene with a .328/.380/.578 line and 4 homers through 18 video games, going into Monday. His .958 OPS ranks 3rd in the High-A circuit to this point — a plain enhancement over his .577 mark in the classification over a 36-game period late last season. Luciano, who has actually plus-plus raw power, has cut his NWL strikeout rate from 37.2 percent in 2021 to 22.5, which’s helped his turn-around at the level.

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