Texas Rangers catcher Sam Huff was awarded the Larry Doby Award as the Most Valuable Player of Major League Baseball's Futures Game on Sunday.

The 21-year-old backstop came up clutch during the final inning of regulation with a two-run, game-tying home run in the seventh off Colorado Rockies left-hander Ben Bowden.

Huff's blast was the final scoring play of the game, as the 2-2 score held through one inning of extras.

Huff is the second Rangers prospect to win the Larry Doby Award, with Joey Gallo becoming the first back in 2014.