The Pittsburgh Pirates have agreed to terms with two more draft picks today. They signed sixth round draft pick Adam Frazier, a shortstop out of Mississippi State. Frazier received the exact slot amount of $240,600 to sign. They have also signed 37th round draft pick Andrew Dennis, a catcher from Wallace State Community College. No terms of his deal has been announced yet.
The Pirates have now signed 26 players, including their top seven picks. Only 7th round pick Buddy Borden, a right-handed pitcher out of UNLV remains unsigned among players selected in the top ten rounds.
Update 3:54 pm: Here are details on each player.
Adam Frazier just finished up the College World Series run he had with Mississippi State, so he was late to the signing party. This season, the 5'11" junior, hi...
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