Rhys Hoskins and Scott Kingery, who might be the Phillies' first baseman and second baseman in 2018, will represent the organization at the Futures Game on Sunday, July 9 in Miami.
Both players are having standout seasons. Kingery is hitting .313 with 20 homers and 20 steals and is already producing after his recent call-up to Triple A. Hoskins is hitting .304 with a 1.002 OPS, 18 homers and 62 RBIs. (More on the rolls Kingery and Hoskins are on in this week's Future Phillies Report.)
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The Futures Game, entering its 19th year, pits U.S.-born top prospects against the World Team, which this year represents 12 countries and territories outside the United States. The U.S. owns an 11-7 series lead.
The Phillies' representatives last summer were Dylan Cozens and Ricardo Pinto. In 2015, they sent Aaron Nola and J.P. Crawford.