There's been plenty of star power at Wrigley Field this summer, and this weekend you can catch the "Stars of Tomorrow" at the Friendly Confines.
The country's top high school prospects will convene at Wrigley Field at 3:05 p.m. on Saturday afternoon for the 2015 Under Armour All-American Game, powered by Baseball Factory.
The All-American Game is a four-day event, including a workout for MLB scouts and a home run derby in addition to the game.
Since its commencement in 2008, 217 of the 255 draft eligible players from the Under Armour All-American Game have been selected in the MLB Draft. 60 of the players have been first-round selections.
Kris Bryant, Anthony Rizzo, Addison Russell, David Ross, Chris Coghlan, Neil Ramirez and Kyle Hendricks are among the current Cubs that have played in the game, while White Sox players Carlos Rodon, David Robertson, John Danks and Zach Duke have participated in the festivities during their youth.
"I would highly recommend coming out and having a Wrigley Field experience," MLB Hall of Famer Cal Ripken Jr. said on Friday's Kap & Haugh Show. "The talent of the game will surprise you, and if you close your eyes a little bit you can almost project these guys in the future. They're going to be having an impact in big-league stadiums.
"Tickets are absolutely free. It's your chance to go out to Wrigley Field. You're watching exceptional talent out there. They're big kids. One kid was 6-foot-7, 245. They throw hard. They swing hard. The ball jumps off their bat."
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