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2010 Draft: Who Signed What?

UPDATE: Perry, Green, and Linton all sign before the deadline! How awesome is that? With these final add-ons the D-backs finished with a whopping 33 signings. The money they saved by not signing Loux was clearly used to coerce the trio; each player signed for more out of slot, but who cares? If you want to know why it's such a big deal, I've included some background info on the bottom of the post.

*Updated info is bold.

With the last day to sign draft picks quickly approaching, now is a good time to take a look at who has already signed (and at what cost) along with whether or not we should expect any more before the August 16th deadline. Most of the signed players have already been assigned to either Missoula or Yakima. Clicking on a player's name will reveal where he has been sent.

Round Pick Position Player Age* School Signed?
1 6 RHP Barret Loux 21 Texas A&M N
2 56 RHP J.R. Bradley 18 Nitro HS, WV Y
3 88 RHP Robby Rowland 18 Cloverdale HS, CA Y
4 121 RHP Kevin Munson 21 James Madison University Y
5 151 LHP Cody Wheeler 20 Coastal Carolina Y
6 181 RHP Blake Perry 18 The Pendleton School Y
7 211 RHP Jeff Shields 20 Chattahoochee Valley CC Y
8 241 RHP Tyler Green 18 Brazoswood HS, TX Y
9 271 SS Zach Walters 20 University of San Diego Y
10 301 C Kawika Emsley-Pai 21 Lewis-Clark State Y
11 331 SS Mike Freeman 22 Clemson Y
12 361 RHP Blake Cooper 22 U South Carolina Columbia Y
13 391 LHP Kevin Ziomek 18 Amherst Regional HS, MA N
14 421 CF Ty Linton 19 Charlotte Christian School Y
15 451 RHP Mike Bolsinger 22 Arkansas Y
16 481 CF Westley Moss 21 Nevada Y
17 511 RHP Derek Eitel 22 Rose-Hulman Inst/Technology Y
18 541 1B Jimmy Comerota 23 Rice Y
19 571 OF Adam Eaton 21 Miami University Y
20 601 LF Michael Hur 22 UC Riverside Y
21 631 2B Raoul Torrez 22 Arizona State Y
22 661 RHP Jeremy Erben 22 U Oklahoma Y
23 691 LHP Roberto Padilla 19 Ohlone College N
24 721 3B Stephen Cardullo 22 Florida State Y
25 751 LHP Matthew Talley 20 The Citadel N
26 781 1B Yazy Arbelo 22 Keystone College Y
27 811 SS Niko Gallego 21 UCLA Y
28 841 LHP Keith Hessler 21 Coastal Carolina N
29 871 RHP Christopher Floethe 21 Cal State – Fullerton N
30 901 RHP Ryan Zimmerman 22 Northwestern N
31 931 CF Steven Sultzbaugh 22 Rice N
32 961 RHP Greg Robinson 22 Wright St. Y
33 991 C Andrew Whittington 21 Southern Arkansas Y
34 1021 RHP Victor Lara 21 Keystone College Y
35 1051 RHP Konner Wade 18 Chaparral HS, AZ N
36 1081 OF Justin Hilt 22 Elon University Y
37 1111 2B Michael Weber 22 Washington St. Y
38 1141 C Matt Roberts 18 Graham HS, NC N
39 1171 3B Garrett Nash 21 No School N
40 1201 1B Derek Casillas 18 Hamilton HS, AZ N
41 1231 RHP Michael McGee 21 Florida State N
42 1261 CF Chris Jarrett 21 Anderson University Y
43 1291 2B Tom Belza 20 Oklahoma State Y
44 1321 3B Eric Groff 22 Keystone College Y
45 1351 CF Javan Williams 20 Contra Costa Col Y
46 1381 SS Jorge Flores 18 Hamilton HS, AZ N
47 1411 RHP Casey Upperman 19 Yavapai College Y
48 1441 RHP Kenneth Sigman 20 South Mountain CC N
49 1471 RHP Tad Barton 18 Muhlenberg HS (PA) N
50 1501 3B Trey Ford 19 South Mountain CC N


Follow the jump for more...



Rd. 2-10 Signing bonuses: (Excluding Loux for obvious reasons)


J.R. Bradley


Robby Rowland

Kevin Munson

Cody Wheeler

Blake Perry

Jeff Shields

Tyler Green

Zach Walters

Kawika Emsley-Pai



Additionally, Ty Linton, the 14th round pick, signed for a staggering $1.25 million.


Clearly a far cry from the talent, quantity, and money spent on last year's draft but 2010 still looks like a good one in terms of signings. The two unsigned top ten picks so far this year are still trying decide whether or not to commit to college. Tyler Green is reportedly interested in committing to Texas Christian college and Blake Perry has an offer from Kentucky. We'll see what DiPoto and the rest of the FO can do.


What are you thoughts so far? Are you disappointed or satisfied up to this point?


** Some background info on our deadline additions.

Perry, a right-handed pitcher and 181st overall selection, was named a Rawlings Honorable Mention and All-Florida Region Preseason All-American as a senior at The Pendleton School (Fla.) this season. Perry went 2-0 with a 3.54 ERA and 29 strikeouts in 29.2 innings and earned a spot on the 2010 Florida Athletic Coaches Association (FACA) Baseball All-Star Classic roster.

Green, a right-handed pitcher and 241st overall selection, was named the Houston Chronicle Position Player of the Year and a Texas Sports Writers Association Class 5A First-Team member. He posted a .500 batting average with 11 home runs, 46 RBIs, 15 stolen bases and a .925 slugging percentage this season at Brazoswood High School (Texas). While on the mound, he went 10-1 with a 0.93 ERA and 108 strikeouts in 75.2 innings.

Linton, an outfielder and 421st overall selection, was named to the 2010 Louisville Slugger High School All-American Team after batting .448 with 10 home runs and 43 RBI during his senior season at Charlotte Christian High School (N.C.). He was committed to play baseball and football at the University of North Carolina.

via D-backs MLB