Watch Red Sox vs Braves Spring Breakout Game live on BoSox Injection

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The news of a contract extension for Brayan Bello and the slow spending this offseason has shown Boston Red Sox fans that the team really does plan to build around its young core in the minor leagues right now.

MLB's newest spring training event, MLB Spring Breakout, will allow Sox fans to see just what they're in for in the coming years — and what they can expect from rival teams.

Spring Breakout is a four-day event throughout the Grapefruit and Cactus leagues during which ballclubs get to flex their up-and-coming talent. March 14-17 is all about MiLB's biggest stars.

The future Red Sox will face off with the Braves farm on March 16 at Fenway South. When the game starts at 1:05 p.m. EST, you can watch the action here, in this very article, on BoSox Injection.

What to expect from Red Sox vs Braves Spring Breakout Game

The young Red Sox roster will showcase their well-esteemed prospects, some of whom appear on MLB Pipeline's top 100 list. Marcelo Mayer, Roman Anthony and Kyle Teel will take center stage against Atlanta's top-tier pitching talent, AJ Smith-Shawver and Hurston Waldrep. Boston fans have seen a lot of outfield prospect Ceddanne Rafaela this spring and he's been making a solid case to crack the Sox's Opening Day roster.

The game will run for seven frames, but if both clubs agree in-game, the action can be extended to a full nine innings. Some minor league rules will be in effect, like ball-strike challenges using the ABS system.

Tune in here on March 16 — the future of MLB could be on display in more ways than one.

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