Future Giants stars to appear in games Sunday

Future Giants stars to appear in games Sunday

SURPRISE, Ariz. -- The Giants' youth will be on full display in their two games Sunday, as three pitchers age 24 or younger will make a start.

When the split-squad Giants take on the "Giants Futures" in Scottsdale, 21-year-old top prospect Kyle Crick gets the ball for the futures squad. Madison Bumgarner -- at 24 rarely the elder statesman anywhere -- will start for the Giants' half that doesn't make the trip to Glendale.

Twenty-one-year-old left-hander Edwin Escobar takes the hill against the Dodgers in Glendale to complete the trifecta of youngsters.

Also expected to play for the "Futures" team on Sunday are left-hander Ty Blach, right-hander Clayton Blackburn, second baseman Joe Panik, catcher Andrew Susac and outfielder Gary Brown.

After the game, the Giants will host a postgame concert featuring Kelley James on the outfield berm.

AJ Cassavell is a reporter for MLB.com. Follow him on Twitter @ajcassavell. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.