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    16 complete still no Jordan........


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    Quote Originally Posted by RaginDave View Post
    16 complete still no Jordan........
    Good!!!

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    17 complete, still not drafted. I wonder if he told them if he does not go by a certain round then he is going to college and they are staying away. According to perfect game he was a 401-450 type athlete. They are now 528 and he is still on the board.

    In fact he was 402.

    https://www.perfectgame.org/Articles...?article=15217


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    MLB teams can still offer players drafter much later money equivalent to players inside the top 10 rounds and have done so.


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    Quote Originally Posted by CajunAmos View Post
    MLB teams can still offer players drafter much later money equivalent to players inside the top 10 rounds and have done so.
    Can and do. Gunner was drafted 26th round and offered money 20 rounds earlier. All depends how much they saved on earlier picks, like paying seniors in the top 10 rounds $5,000. What a country.

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    20 rounds complete, and no Dexter Jordan Jr. drafted.


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    Maybe he has let them know what it will take to sign him and the number is not something they are willing to pay?


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    Right now Jordan doesn't have the power that MLB scouts look for in a corner outfielder. He is NOT a center fielder and never will be. Some project him better at 3B in the future. He's a gap to gap guy right now.


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    I think Hogan has signed his contract


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    Quote Originally Posted by lifetimecajun View Post
    I think Hogan as signed his contract
    FWIW, I saw him and Nick Lee at the Lafayette Airport yesterday waiting to board a plane.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lifetimecajun View Post
    I think Hogan as signed his contract
    Yes he did, for around $680k i think

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    No surprise here. Lee will sign as well.


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    Quote Originally Posted by crazycajun View Post
    Yes he did, for around $680k i think
    680 k for how many years ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by angeleast View Post
    680 k for how many years ?
    Pretty sure that's a 1 time payment...

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    Quote Originally Posted by CajunJeaux View Post
    Pretty sure that's a 1 time payment...
    But is that like a bonus plus yearly salary? Forgive my ignorance with MLB contracts. I know MLB contracts are fully guaranteed so I'm just wondering if the 600 k plus is for X amount of years?

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    Quote Originally Posted by angeleast View Post
    But is that like a bonus plus yearly salary? Forgive my ignorance with MLB contracts. I know MLB contracts are fully guaranteed so I'm just wondering if the 600 k plus is for X amount of years?
    Signing bonus i believe

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    Quote Originally Posted by angeleast View Post
    But is that like a bonus plus yearly salary? Forgive my ignorance with MLB contracts. I know MLB contracts are fully guaranteed so I'm just wondering if the 600 k plus is for X amount of years?
    Pretty sure that's a signing bonus. Below is an interesting article about minor league salaries and MLB's part in them.

    https://www.forbes.com/sites/maurybr.../#7533209a3c21

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    Quote Originally Posted by CajunAmos View Post
    Pretty sure that's a signing bonus. Below is an interesting article about minor league salaries and MLB's part in them.

    https://www.forbes.com/sites/maurybr.../#7533209a3c21

    Very interesting read . Thanks

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