The Dodgers have already inked seven of their picks from the 2013 MLB Draft. That group includes RHP first-rounder Chris Anderson, LHP second-rounder Tom Windle, 1B fourth-rounder Cody Bellinger, RHP sixth-rounder Jacob Rhame, OF ninth-rounder Henry Yates, 3B 12th-rounder Adam Law, and RHP 26th-rounder Thomas Taylor.
The team has a bonus pool of $5,211,700 in 2013.
Dodgers 2013 Draft Recap
Both Anderson and Windle agreed to sign for slot money and were announced by the team.
The Dodgers have quickly announced the signings of their top two picks from last week’s First-year Player Draft, first-rounder Chris Anderson and second-rounder Tom Windle.
Both players signed for the designated slot amount — $2,109,900 for Anderson and $986,500 for Windle. Both will report to Camelback Ranch in Arizona for a weeklong minicamp, then start their careers at Class A Great Lakes.
The Law and Taylor signings were also announced by the team, but with no indication of for how much.
The club also announced the signings of 12th-rounder Adam Law, a third baseman out of Brigham Young University, and their 26th-round pick Thomas Taylor, a right-handed pitcher from the University of Kansas.
Both picks are out of the bonus pool rounds, so it doesn’t matter much.
Bellinger agreed to terms with the team for above slot value (third-round slot value), according to Kyle Odegard. His slot value is $409,000, while the third-round slot value is $566,500.
Yates signed with the team for way below slot money at $5,000, according to Baseball America. His slot value was placed at $143,500.