Now this is what we have been waiting for. A full slate of MLB vs. MLB spring training games. I don't even care if some teams, like the Cubs, decide to average a pitching change every inning.\r\n\r\n \r\n\r\nTop 60 Prospects Bradley Zimmer, Harrison Bader, and Matt Chapman Go Deep\r\n\r\nYoung players Bradley Zimmer, Harrison Bader and Matt Chapman both showed today a reason why they are highly rated.\r\n\r\nBradley Zimmer, ranked 16th and 26th\u00a0in two prospects, sent the ball deep for a 3-run HR.\r\n\u00a0Your browser does not support iframes.\r\nBader, 40th and 49th on two prospect lists, crushed a pitch left well over the plate to give him his first HR of spring training.\r\n\u00a0Your browser does not support iframes.\r\nChapman (47th and 51st on the same two lists) did not disappoint either. His opposite field 2-run HR tied the game up for the Athletics.\r\nYour browser does not support iframes.\r\nClayton Kershaw Makes His Debut\r\nIt was only an inning but Mr. Kershaw looked to be in fine form. Just ask Melky Cabrera who fell victim to a Kershaw curveball in the dirt.\r\nYour browser does not support iframes.\r\nEugenio Suarez Gets in on the HR Action\r\nThere were several more HR's today that I could have chosen from. But Eugenio Suarez is one of my favorite late-round 3B selections. In fact, he has made it onto all of my NFBC leagues so far. I'm expecting good things out of him this year.\r\nYour browser does not support iframes.