I figured since it was close to the 2019 all-star game, I would put together a 2019 Dugout "Futures" game for minor league players. The roster I selected is my opinion for the best National League and American League players (A, AA, AAA only - not currently in MLB) currently in the minors. Here are my teams - (please feel free to criticize if I'm missing someone...I expect it!) WORLD (American League) C - George Grant - Toronto 1B - Jack Morrison - Toronto 2B - Raul Barnett - Baltimore SS - Clarence Walls - Oakland 3B - Jimmy Broaca - NY LF - John Hapgood - Tampa Bay CF - Lewis Brown - Chicago RF - David Arias - Detroit Reserves C - Landon Morton - Minnesota 1B - David Allain - LA 2B - Terry Lee - KC 3B - Ramon Ocampo - Chicago CF - Cade Patton - Baltimore RF - Bernardo Martines - KC LF - Jeffrey Bowers - Boston Pitching Takechi Ogama - Baltimore Victor Canales - Cleveland Bobby Robbins - Detroit Julio Pechero - Baltimore Elmer Grier - Cleveland Seriozha Janovich - Chicago Francisco Rios - Cleveland Dave Huijer - Texas Danny Carey - Chicago John Mitchell - Detroit USA (National League) C - Marcos Flores - Arizona 1B - Antonio Moreno - Arizona 2B - Dan Wilson - Miami SS - Domingo Lopez - Miami 3B - Matt Bates - Pittsburgh LF - John Ward - NY CF - Jason Smith - SF (moved from left) RF - Manuel Trujillo - Atlanta Reserves C - Steve Long - St. Louis 1B - Tim Rivers - San Diego 2B - Aloisio Cartaxo - Chicago SS- Elroy Harrison - Milwaukee 3B - Marcus Pachero - Colorado LF - Jarred Clewes - Atlanta RF - Tomas Garza - Philly Pitching Tucker Millsap - San Diego Sang-Your Park - SF Mark Kotc - Miami Oliver Sidotti - Washington Bobby Paukovi - Milwaukee Rob Courtney - Cincinnati Cesar Soto - Philly Mark Hopkins - Colorado Zach Riley - St. Louis Felipe Ramirez - Atlanta To simulate this game, I imported these players into MLB the Show 13. In order to transfer ratings from OOTP to the Show, I used Emmdotfrisk and HAL9100 formula from last year's TCBL league. Obviously, the ratings in OOTP don't transfer 100% accurately to the show but it is pretty close. So, here is the actual 2019 Dugout Futures Game brought to you by MLB The Show 13. I will post the summary later.