I'm trying to find information online which can equate mlb draft round selection to "typical" contract content, i.e. signing bonus, overall contract value, etc. Any help out there? Prefer not to have to subscribe if possible.
First round is usually at least 1,000,000 sometimes more. Goes down from there. MLB is required to publish signing bonuses for the first ten rounds. Although, I believe that Seattle signed there second or third rounder for over 2,000,000 because he was also a football recruit. There is a thing called slot money, and MLB has informed clubs they should try to sign players based on where they are drafted. But they don't have too. I guess it depends on team need, player projectability, and who and how good your agent is. Just my opinion.
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