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How to watch Juan Gonzalez, Kyle Farmer in MLB Futures Game

Juan Gonzalez has allowed three runs all season, including none since June 5.
Juan Gonzalez has allowed three runs all season, including none since June 5.
Photo: Juan Gonzalez on Twitter

Two Dodgers will be on display on Sunday at the Futures Game on Sunday, with catcher Kyle Farmer for the U.S. team and pitcher Juan Gonzalez for the World Team at Great American Ballpark in Cincinnati.

The Futures Game will be televised by MLB Network at noon PT, with Matt Vasgersian on play-by-play alongside analysts Dan Plesac and Jonathan Mayo, plus reporter Heidi Watney. The broadcast will also be available to watch online at

Gonzalez is 1-0 with three saves in 27 games between Triple-A Oklahoma City and Double-A Tulsa, with 28 strikeouts and 11 walks in 30⅔ innings. The 25-year-old right-hander has allowed only three runs all season, sporting a nifty 0.88 ERA.

Opposing hitters against Gonzalez this season are hitting just .179/.256/.208, 19-for-106 with no home runs, one triple and one double.

The World Team has 10 pitchers on its roster, and Gonzalez is lined up to pitch ninth in order among them, per

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Farmer is hitting .327/.375/.494 with 24 doubles in 70 games across Double-A Tulsa and Class-A Rancho Cucamonga this season. He is a reserve for the U.S. team, but with starter Kyle Schwarber of the Cubs the only other catcher on the team, Farmer is sure to see playing time later in the game.

Futures Game info

Time: noon PT

TV: MLB Network