Amateur Draft Signings: Tuesday

We'll probably have to wait a little while for Bryce Harper, Manny Machado and Jameson Taillon to sign, but teams have agreed to deals with some of the players selected later on in the draft. The players listed below signed today. Click here for the list of picks to sign yesterday and here for the updated list of first rounders to sign:

  • The Rangers signed four picks, reports, including third-rounder Jordan Akins and fourth-rounder Drew Robinson.
  • As reported earlier, Toronto signed 14 picks, including supplemental rounders Aaron Sanchez and Noah Syndergaard.
  • Thirteenth-rounder Robby Price is the highest-drafted of the five Rays picks who signed today, reports Marc Topkin of the St. Petersburg Times.
  • Eight more Orioles picks have signed, says Jeff Zrebiec of the Baltimore SunRiley Hornback (12th round) is the highest selected of the new signees.
  • The Brewers have signed fourth-rounder Hunter Morris and two other draft picks, according to Tom Haudricourt of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
  •'s Chad Jennings reports that the Yankees have signed 13 picks, with eight-rounder Kyle Roller the highest-drafted of the bunch.
  • The Padres signed second rounder Jedd Gyorko and fourth rounder Chris Bisson pending physicals, according to's Corey Brock (via Twitter).
  • The Royals signed seven more draft picks, including eighth rounder Michael Mariot.
  • The Pirates signed six late round selections, according to's Jenifer Langosch (via Twitter).

Mark Polishuk also contributed to this post.

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Cards have 33 of their drafted players signed. 3rd, 4th, 5th & 7th round picks, Drew Benes among them #mlbdraft #stlcards about 5 hours ago via web

From Dan Moore of SB Nation:
Update: Cardinals Sign 33 Draft Picks—Third, Fourth, Fifth, and Seventh Rounders Among Them

The Cardinals’ official Twitter is reporting that 33 of the team’s 52 draft picks have already signed, among them third rounder Sam Tuivailala, fourth round catcher Cody Stanley, fifth round outfielder Nick Longmire, and seventh round shortstop Greg Garcia.

Drew Benes, a 35th round pick and the son of longtime starter Andy Benes, also signed.

A number of these players will join the short-season minor league squads, whose year begins June 18, when the Batavia Muckdogs open play in the New York-Penn League. Benes, on his Twitter, suggested he would debut with the Johnson City Cardinals.