Orioles prospect Henderson selected for Futures Game

Rosters for the 2022 SiriusXM All-Star Futures Game, which will be played at 7:00 p.m. (ET)/4:00 p.m. (PT) on Saturday, July 16th at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles, were announced earlier today by Major League Baseball.  An introductory list of eight names were announced yesterday on MLB Network Radio on SiriusXM, and the complete rosters were unveiled earlier this afternoon on MLB Network’s “MLB Central.”

The 2022 SiriusXM All-Star Futures Game features the top Minor League prospects competing as part of the first-ever All-Star Saturday.  The Futures Game will once again feature a National League vs. American League format, which was introduced in 2019 following 20 years of U.S. vs. World matchups.  The game, which is scheduled for seven innings, will be live on Peacock and SiriusXM, and MLB Network will re-air the contest beginning at 9:00 a.m. (ET)/6:30 a.m. (PT) on Sunday, July 17th.  MLB Network will produce the telecast with Scott Braun (play-by-play), Yonder Alonso (analyst), Jim Callis (analyst) and A.J. Andrews (reporter).  Last year in Colorado, the NL claimed an 8-3 victory, led by Chicago Cubs prospect Brennen Davis, who earned MVP honors after homering twice in the contest.

Two-time World Series Champion with the Los Angeles Dodgers and World Series-winning manager Mike Scioscia will manage the NL Futures Team, while fellow World Series Champion and 2007 NL Most Valuable Player Jimmy Rollins will lead the AL Futures Team.

Major League Baseball, in conjunction with MLB Pipeline, Baseball America and the 30 Major League Clubs, selected the 25 players currently on each team.  Each Major League organization is represented and players from all player development leagues were eligible to be selected.  Complete Futures Game rosters, prospect analysis and rankings can be found at MLB.com/pipeline.

The teams feature a combined 13 former first round picks (nine on NL; four on AL); one CB-A selection; six second round picks; three third round picks; two fourth round selections; three fifth round picks; one 10th round pick; two 11th round picks; and one 23rd round selection.

The top two selections in last summer’s MLB Draft – Pittsburgh’s Henry Davis (first overall pick) and Texas’ Jack Leiter (second overall selection) are included on their respective league’s rosters.  In addition, three of the top nine selections from the 2020 Draft are featured among the selections, including Seattle’s Emerson Hancock (sixth overall), San Diego’s Robert Hassell III (eight overall) and Colorado’s Zac Veen (ninth overall).

Four players who have participated in Development Programs led by MLB and USA Baseball are featured on the Futures rosters, including Darren Baker (Breakthrough Series); Taj Bradley (Breakthrough Series, Elite Development Invitational, Hank Aaron Invitational, Dream Series); Robert Hassell III (High School Home Run Derby); and Jordan Walker (Breakthrough Series, Dream Series, High School Home Run Derby).

The two squads combined for 17 internationally-born players representing six different countries and territories outside the 50 United States.  The Dominican Republic is represented by six players, followed by five players from Venezuela, three players from Cuba, and one apiece from Australia, Canada and Curaçao.

Two players – Boston’s Brayan Bello and San Francisco’s David Villar – were promoted to their respective Major League teams this week, and if necessary, will be replaced in the coming days in addition to any other players who may be injured or promoted to the Majors.

 The Minor League Baseball Umpires who will work the SiriusXM All-Star Futures Game are Hardlen Acosta (Eastern League), Trevor Dannegger (Texas League), James Jean (Southern League) and Dexter Kelley (Southern League).

Among those serving as coaches at the Futures Game are former Major League All-Stars Adrián Beltré, Eric Davis, Shawn Green, Dan Haren, Edwin Jackson, Ken Landreaux and Gary Matthews, Jr.  The full coaching staffs for the NL and AL Futures Teams, led by Scioscia and Rollins, respectively, are as follows:

NL Team Manager & Coaches

Mike Scioscia            Two-time All-Star; Two-time World Series Champion (1981, 1988); World Series-winning manager (2002)

Ken Landreaux         Bench Coach (1980 All-Star; 1981 World Champion)

Dan Haren               Pitching Coach (Pitching Strategist - ARI; Three-time All-Star)

Shawn Green           Hitting Coach (Two-time All-Star)

Eric Davis                First Base Coach (Special Assistant – CIN; Two-time All-Star; 1990 World Champion)

Matt Tuiasosopo       Third Base Coach (Manager, Gwinnett Stripers – ATL; Former Major Leaguer)

Cesar Ramos            Bullpen Coach (Pitching Coach, Lehigh Valley IronPigs – PHI; Former Major Leaguer)

James Southard        Athletic Trainer (Assistant Minor League Medical Coordinator – LAD)


AL Team Manager & Coaches

Jimmy Rollins           Three-time All-Star; 2007 NL MVP; 2008 World Champion

Jerry Manuel            Bench Coach (Former Major League player and manager; 2000 AL Manager of the Year)

Edwin Jackson          Pitching Coach (2009 All-Star; 2011 World Series Champion)

Adrián Beltré            Hitting Coach (Four-time All-Star)

Gary Matthews Jr.     First Base Coach (2006 All-Star)

Ryan Newman          Third Base Coach (Infield Coordinator – CWS)

Dan Otero                Bullpen Coach (Senior Director, On-Field Operations – MLB)

Mickey Clarizio          Athletic Trainer (Minor League Athletic Trainer – COL)


SiriusXM will provide live play-by-play coverage of the SiriusXM All-Star Futures Game on MLB Network Radio.  The game can be heard by SiriusXM subscribers on SiriusXM radios (channel 89), on the SXM App and online at SiriusXM.com/mlb.

Gates open at 2:00 p.m. (PT) on All-Star Saturday with the first 10,000 fans to receive a special All-Star souvenir giveaway.  Tickets for All-Star Saturday, which are available now, can be purchased at AllStarGame.com.

MLB All-Star Week includes the MLB All-Star Game presented by Mastercard (July 19th), Gatorade All-Star Workout Day featuring the T-Mobile Home Run Derby (July 18th), All-Star Saturday featuring the SiriusXM All-Star Futures Game, MGM Rewards All-Star Celebrity Softball Game and MGM Rewards All-Star Saturday Extra Innings concert featuring Becky G (July 16th), the MLB Draft (July 17th-19th), Capital One All-Star Oceanfront (July 15th-17th) and MLB Live in DTLA, including Capital One PLAY BALL PARK (July 16th-19th), plus a lineup of additional events taking place around the city.  The 92nd Midsummer Classic will be televised nationally by FOX Sports; in Canada by Rogers Sportsnet and RDS; and worldwide by partners in more than 180 countries.  FOX Deportes will provide Spanish language coverage in the United States.  ESPN Radio will provide exclusive national radio coverage of the All-Star Game, while Univision will provide Spanish language coverage on radio.  MLB Network, MLB.com and SiriusXM also will provide comprehensive All-Star Week coverage.  For more information about MLB All-Star Week, including ticket information and updates, please visit
All-StarGame.com and follow @MLB and @AllStarGame on social media.

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