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In the year Joe Moyer He will be the first future player to be inducted into the Hall of Fame in two weeks. Mookie Betts, Miguel Cabrera, Zack Greinke, Clayton Kershaw, Mike Trout, Justin Verlander. And many more will follow to Cooperstown in the coming years.

The rosters are as loaded with talent as this year, including 37 MLB Pipeline Top 100 prospects among the 50 participants. At 4 pm ET Saturday at Globe Life Field in Arlington, Texas, the game will be broadcast on MLB Network, MLB.TV, and the MLB app.

The loudest devices on display are:

Best Hitter: Dylan Crews, OF, Nationals
The No. 2 overall pick in the 2023 draft, Crews frequently makes hard contact with his quick right-handed stroke and selective aggressive approach.

Best power: Xavier Isaac, 1B, Rays
He may be an impressive first-round pick in the 2022 draft, but Isaac has blossomed into one of baseball’s best first-base prospects and hits balls hard and far for a 20-year-old.

Fastest runner: Chandler Simpson, OF, Rays
Evaluators joke that Simpson has 90 speed on the traditional scouting scale. In the year He tied for the minor league crown with 94 steals in 2023 and is the runaway leader with 58 steals this season.

Strongest arm: Max Clark, OF, Tigers
Clark went fifth overall in last year’s draft because of his five-tool center field potential, but pushed his fastball to 97 mph in his left-handed prep.

Best defender: Drew Jones, OF, Diamondbacks
Jones’ speed and range give him excellent range in center field — reminiscent of his father, 10-time Gold Glover Andrew. He also possesses above-average arm strength, which is unusual for the position.

Best fastball: Emiliano Teodo, RHP, Rangers
Theodo produces four-seamers that touch 103 mph with a lightning-quick arm that sits in the mid-90s, as well as two-seamer engines with the same speed and electric power.

Best curveball: Thomas White, LHP, Marlins
Not only does White have a high-spin curveball that reaches into the low 80s, but he also displays the ability to land in the zone despite having a big break.

Best slugger: Noah Schultz, LHP, White Sox
This could be the most devastating pitch in Futures’ game, as the 6-foot-9 Schultz teased a low-80s slider from a low-arm slot.

Best change: Tink Hence, RHP, Cardinals
So his mid-80s changeup has faded and produced an astounding 70 percent swing-and-miss rate this year in Double-A.

Best catcher: Rhett Lowder, RHP, Reds
The No. 7 overall pick a year ago, Lowder needed just five starts before reaching Double-A, largely because he hit the horizon with his fastball, slider and changeup.