Watch Rays vs Twins Spring Breakout game live on Rays Colored Glasses

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Feb 18, 2024; Port Charlotte, FL, USA; Tampa Bay Rays infielder Carson Williams (80) poses for a
Feb 18, 2024; Port Charlotte, FL, USA; Tampa Bay Rays infielder Carson Williams (80) poses for a / Nathan Ray Seebeck-USA TODAY Sports
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If you haven't gotten your fill of the Tampa Bay Rays' top prospects in the late innings of the team's spring training contests so far this March, you're gonna love Spring Breakout. MLB's new initiative to get prospects the spotlight.

These seven-inning games, geared towards increasing fan appreciation of each franchise's Top 30 prospects, will unfurl themselves on March 14-17, and Rays fans will get to participate in the action on March 16 at 4:05 PM EST, right at their home spring complex in Port Charlotte.

If you can't attend the event (and, if you can, get on it!), make sure to bookmark this page, because Rays fans can watch the festivities right here on Rays Colored Glasses, thanks to an embedded player courtesy of STN/MLB.

And, if you haven't caught the full rosters yet -- unveiled Thursday -- feast your eyes.

How to Watch Rays vs. Twins Spring Breakout: Roster, Rules

Rays top prospect Chandler Simpson's quest to swipe 100+ bases this season doesn't begin in earnest on March 16, but he will be participating in the seven-inning game, taking his rightful place amongst the honored Rays.

Other core Rays include MLB Pipeline's No. 2 prospect SS Carson Wiliams, No. 4 Xavier Isaac (1B), and No. 6 Dominic Keegan (slugging C from Vanderbilt). Junior Caminero will not be participating, but he's got more pressing issues on his hands, as he's likely to make the Rays' MLB roster and start at shortstop on Opening Day.

That's coming soon enough, but this prospect showdown with the best the Twins have to offer should be enough to hold any Rays fan over until then. Pitchers can flit in and out, per spring rules, and extra innings are unlikely. Seven innings should be plenty, though. Can't wait. Tune in right here.