MLB is trying to keep a lid on big-money draft signings, and there has yet to be an official deal for $1 million outside of the first round. We're getting closer, though, as the Blue Jays have signed supplemental first-rounder Jacob Anderson for $990,000. The commissioner's office recommended a $900,000 bonus for his No. 35 draft slot.
An outfielder from Chino (Calif.) HS, Anderson won the home run derby at the Under Armour All-America Game at Wrigley Field last summer. His power is easily his best tool, though he also has the potential to hit for a solid average while getting the job done in right field. He had committed to Pepperdine.
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