(WNFL) - The Milwaukee Brewers will have one representative in the "Fall Stars' Game" which features the best minor league prospects. Right-handed starter David Goforth will play for the West Division in a contest against the East on Saturday night in Surprise Arizona. The game used to be known as the "Rising Stars Game." It will start at seven on Saturday night, and will be shown on M-L-B Network and M-L-B-Dot-Com. The two rosters have 21 of M-L-B-Dot-Com's Top-100 prospects -- including the Number-One prospect, Minnesota Twins' outfielder Byron Buxton. The Brewers drafted the 25-year-old Goforth in the seventh round in 2011 from the University of Mississippi at Oxford. He pitched at Single-"A" Brevard County and Double-"A" Huntsville this season, going a combined 11-and-8 with a career-high 94 strikeouts in 125 innings with a three-point-one-seven E-R-A. Last year, Goforth went 10-and-8 for the Class-"A" Wisconsin Timber Rattlers.