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Major League Baseball and USA Baseball today announced the roster for the fourth edition of the “High School All-American Game,” scheduled at T-Mobile Park on Friday, July 7th as part of 2023 MLB All-Star Week in Seattle. This premier All-Star showcase game, which features a roster of nearly 40 participants who are some of the top U.S.-based and Canada high school baseball prospects for next year’s MLB Draft (2024), is part of All-Star Development Days at T-Mobile Park, which also includes the HBCU Swingman Classic presented by T-Mobile & powered by the MLB-MLBPA Youth Development Foundation (Friday, July 7th) and the High School Home Run Derby (Saturday, July 8th).

The livestream of the High School All-American Game on, starting at approximately 4:30 p.m. ET, will be produced by MLB Network with Melanie NewmanRyan Rowland-Smith and Jonathan Mayo on the call, with Sande Charles as the sideline reporter. The game will re-air on MLB Network at 11:00 a.m. ET on Saturday, July 8th.

Players represent 22 States from around the country as well as Ontario, Canada. Several players featured in the High School All-American Game have previously participated in diversity-focused development initiatives led by MLB & USA Baseball, which include the Breakthrough SeriesDREAM Series and Hank Aaron Invitational (also supported jointly by the MLB-MLBPA Youth Development Foundation). These players include:

v  Charlie Bates (2022 States Play)

v  Mason Brassfield (2022 States Play)

v  Adrian Beltre Jr. (2023 Breakthrough Series)

v  Cam Caminiti (2022 States Play)

v  Tague Davis (2022 States Play)

v  JD Dix (2022 States Play)

v  David Hogg II (2023 DREAM Series; 2019, 2021-2023 Breakthrough Series; 2019, 2021-2022 Hank Aaron Invitational; 2023 DREAM Series)

v  Sir Jamison Jones (2022-2023 Breakthrough Series; 2021-2022 Hank Aaron Invitational; 2023 DREAM Series; 2022 States Play)

v  Andre Modugno (2022 States Play)

v  PJ Morlando (2022 States Play)

v  Dante Nori (2022 States Play)

v  Owen Paino (2022 States Play)

v  Mavrick Rizy (2022 States Play)

v  Anson Seibert (2022 States Play)

v  Noah Sheffield (2022-2023 Breakthrough Series; 2021-2022 Hank Aaron Invitational; 2023 DREAM Series)

v  Zach Swanson (2022 States Play)

v  Dalton Wentz (2022 States Play)

Additional USA Baseball roster notes:

v  32 of the 37 High School All-American Game players will participate in next week’s Prospect Development Pipeline (PDP) League, being held at the USA Baseball National Training Complex in Cary, N.C., featuring the country’s best 18-and-under players and serving as the primary identification event for the 18U National Team.

v  Eight of these student-athletes are USA Baseball national team alumni:

o   Mason Brassfield (2022 18u)

o   Slade Caldwell (2021 15u)

o   Derek Curiel (2022 18u)

o   Noah Franco (2022 18u)

o   Konnor Griffin (2021 15u)

o   PJ Morlando (2022 18u)

o   Bryce Rainer (2017 12u)

o   Ethan Schiefelbein (2021 15u)

  • 14 players have participated in a USA Baseball National Team Development Program.

The High School All-American Game teams will be helmed by LaTroy Hawkins and Mariners Legend Jamie Moyer. Additional coaches will be announced at a later time.

This year at the High School All-American Game, Chevrolet will award the “MLB Develops MVP Award presented by Chevrolet” to the player who exhibits quality on-field performance, defensively or offensively, as voted on by MLB Development staff at the conclusion of the game.  Winners will be featured on MLBN, and @MLBDevelops social accounts.

Several of the All-American players will compete in the annual “High School Home Run Derby,” scheduled for Saturday, July 8th at T-Mobile Park. will livestream this round, with commentary by Newman, Mayo and Charles. The players will vie for a chance to compete in the Finals during breaks of the T-Mobile Home Run Derby on Monday, July 10th.

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