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2019 International Reviews



In our ninth annual International Reviews, Baseball America subscribers have access to scouting reports on nearly 300 international prospects who signed in 2018. The International Reviews include reports on every player who signed for at least $150,000 during the 2018 calendar year, in addition to reports on lower bonus sleepers to watch.

Since the 2018-19 signing period is still in progress, the total signings column refers to the number of players a team signed during the 2018 calendar year. The top 2018-19 signee refers to a team's top signing since the 2018-19 signing period opened last year on July 2.

2018-19 INTERNATIONAL REVIEWS
AL East Total 2018 Signings Top 2018-19 Signee
Orioles  13 Moises Ramirez ($225,000)
Red Sox  52 Eduardo Lopez ($1.15 million)
Yankees  69 Alexander Vargas ($2.5 million)
Rays  41 Sandy Gaston ($2.61 million)
Blue Jays  41 Orelvis Martinez ($3.51 million)
AL CENTRAL    
White Sox  26 Harold Diaz ($300,000)
Indians  33 Gabriel Rodriguez
Tigers 31 Jose de la Cruz ($1.85 million)
Royals 51 Wilmin Candelario ($847,500)
Twins  23 Misael Urbina
AL WEST    
Astros  21 Ricardo Balogh ($300,000)
Angels  25 Alexander Ramirez ($1 million)
Athletics  28 Roberto Garza ($300,000)
Mariners  30 Noelvi Marte ($1.55 million)
Rangers  40 Jose Rodriguez
NL EAST    
Braves 23 Francisco Floyd ($200,000)
Marlins  16 Victor Victor Mesa ($5.25 million)
Mets  43 Francisco Alvarez
Phillies  64 Starlyn Castillo ($1.6 million)
Nationals 30 Jeremy de la Rosa ($300,000)
NL CENTRAL    
Cubs  29 Jose Lopez ($1.5 million)
Reds 22 Ilvin Fernandez ($250,000)
Brewers 48 Eduarqui Fernandez ($1.1 million)
Pirates  69 Oswaldo Gavilan ($700,000)
Cardinals 32 Malcom Nunez ($300,000)
NL WEST    
Diamondbacks  58 Alvin Guzman ($1.85 million)
Rockies  39 Warming Bernabel ($900,000)
Dodgers 37 Diego Cartaya
Padres  31 Charlis Aquino ($300,000)
Giants 30 Marco Luciano ($2.6 million)
DSL    
DSL Top 20    

 

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