Watch Tigers vs. Phillies Spring Breakout game live on Motor City Bengals

Detroit Tigers infielder Colt Keith practices during spring training at TigerTown in Lakeland, Fla.
Detroit Tigers infielder Colt Keith practices during spring training at TigerTown in Lakeland, Fla. / Junfu Han / USA TODAY NETWORK

MLB Pipeline's top 100 prospects list for 2024 was much kinder to Detroit Tigers up-and-comers than they were last year. Max Clark debuted at No. 13 overall, Colt Keith debuted at 22, Jackson Jobe shot up to 25 from 63, and Jace Jung was up to 60 from 83. The latter three are in Florida at Tigers spring training, and all four have a very good chance of appearing in MLB's Spring Breakout exhibition, which will feature top prospects across baseball.

Tigers prospects will take on Phillies prospects on March 16 at 1:05 PM EST at Joker Marchant Stadium. You'll be able to tune into the game right here using the video player embedded within, thanks to MLB and STN.

MLB Spring Breakout: What to Expect from Tigers vs. Phillies

Other top 30 Tigers prospects include Ty Madden, Parker Meadows, and Justyn-Henry Malloy, all of whom are present at Tigers camp. Meadows is expected to get regular starts in center field this year, and Malloy turned heads after Detroit revealed he would be getting some playing time in the outfield despite being a third baseman by trade.

Also worth keeping an eye out for are Sawyer Gipson-Long, whose spring debut has been hindered by a minor injury so far; Hao-Yu Lee, a former Phillies prospect who came over in the trade that sent Michael Lorenzen; and Eddys Leonard, who has become the darling of Tigers camp this year. With a team like the Tigers, who are especially dedicated to their young players, Spring Breakout will be the perfect opportunity to glimpse a little further into Detroit's future.

Tigers prospect Kevin McGonigle scratched from Spring Breakout game

Slight Update: McGonigle, experiencing normal spring soreness, will not participate, per Lynn Henning. Still on the roster? Stars like Ty Madden, Jace Jung, Hao-Yu Lee, and plenty more. Certainly worth watching. Tigers fans can briefly pause their repeated daily rewatches of Jackson Jobe's spring debut to take a peek at some other pieces of the future.