|The deadline for Major League teams to sign their 2012 First-Year Player Draft picks passed on Friday night without the Blue Jays taking any further action. In the end, Toronto completed deals with 32 of its 44 selections.
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|As the deadline to sign Draft picks, the Astros did not add any new players on Friday, and ended up signing 30 of their 41 selections.
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|The Padres signed 40 of the 44 players they picked in June's First-Year Player Draft, with the last player they selected actually being the last one they signed.
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|Friday's 4 p.m. CT deadline to sign players taken in the 2012 First-Year Player Draft came and went with little noise in St. Louis, largely because the Cardinals had already solidified their class.
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|Signing Andrew Heaney came right down the wire on Friday afternoon. Officially, the Marlins and their first-round Draft pick sealed the deal within an hour of the 5 p.m. ET deadline to lock up all Draft picks.
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|The Washington Nationals have agreed to terms with 17-year-old right-handed pitcher Lucas Giolito, their first-round selection (16th overall) in the 2012 First-Year Player Draft out of Harvard-Westlake School in California.
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|The Orioles have announced that they have agreed to terms with their 2012 first-round pick Kevin Gausman on Friday. The Louisiana State University product was the fourth overall pick in the First-Year Player Draft.
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|When the Pirates selected Mark Appel with the eighth overall pick of the 2012 MLB First-Year Player Draft, general manager Neal Huntington knew it would be a "tough sign." He found out just how tough in the last month, as Pittsburgh and Appel failed to reach an agreement before Friday's 5 p.m. deadline to sign drafted players.
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|The Yankees have agreed to terms with right-handed pitching prospect Ty Hensley, their first-round selection in last month's First-Year Player Draft.
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|The Cubs have signed Duane Underwood to a reported $1,050,000 contract. With that signing the Cubs have signed all of their first 20 picks and 29 players overall.
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|The Marlins have reached an agreement on a $2.6 million bonus with right-hander Andrew Heaney of Oklahoma State, their first-round pick in last month's First-Year Player Draft, according to MLB.com's Jonathan Mayo.
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|When the new First-Year Player Draft system was collectively bargained, the expectation was that it would rein in costs, get players to sign early and avoid signing deadline drama. For the most part, it did exactly that.
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|The Cubs have signed outfielder Albert Almora, the No. 6 overall pick in the 2012 First-Year Player Draft.
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| Mike Zunino, the third overall selection in this year's First-Year Player Draft, was named the winner of the 2012 USA Baseball Golden Spikes Award.
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|The Padres also agreed to terms with fourth-round selection Andrew Lockett, 25th-round selection Corey Kimber and 34th-round selection Kyle Ottoson, all pitchers.
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|Mariners general manager Jack Zduriencik and scouting director Tom McNamara on Tuesday introduced Mike Zunino, the Florida catcher they took with the third overall selection in June's First-Year Player Draft.
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|The Blue Jays agreed to terms with first-round Draft pick Marcus Stroman, a right-handed pitcher out of Duke University.
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|The Tigers added two teenage Dominican shortstops to their prospect ranks as the international signing period opened Monday. Detroit has agreed to terms with Domingo Leyba and Willy Adames, pending verification of their identity and age.
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|The Twins agreed to terms with Dominican infielder Amaurys Minier on a $1.4 million deal on Monday, the first day teams were eligible to sign international free agents.
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|Steve Schrenk is 43 years old, young enough to remember what it's like. To be drafted out of high school and sign a professional baseball contract.