Baseball America's Jim Callis is reporting that the Colorado Rockies have agreed to terms with second-round pick Max White on a deal worth $1 million. That's nearly $300,000 over the MLB-assigned value of the pick.
#Rockies sign 2nd-rder Max White for $1 mil (pick value=$701,700). Florida HS OF was late riser, good all-around tools. #mlbdraft— Jim Callis (@jimcallisBA) June 14, 2012
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White, an outfielder from Williston High School in Florida, was the No. 73 overall selection in the 2012 MLB Draft. The Rockies have now signed 11 of their top 13 draft picks. They've signed a total of 27 picks according to Baseball America.
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