The Phillies made quick work of signing their newest prospects.
After the MLB Draft took place over three days starting last Monday, the Phillies have signed 28 of their 40 picks.
Among them are first-round pick Cornelius Randolph, selected 10th overall, and second-round pick Scott Kingery, selected 48th overall.
Randolph's deal is worth the full slot value of $3.2 million. Kingery gets a $1.26 million bonus for signing.
Also among those signed are fourth-round pick Kyle Martin, seventh-round pick Luke Leftwich and 12th-round pick Skylar Hunter.
Many of the deals are going to be announced tomorrow once physicals have been completed.
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