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Like the previous years, this will be the thread where we will keep the draft picks and follow them through signing. Post any signings in this thread, or in the forum, and I'll keep this post updated. Thanks. Player will become bold when he signs.

1. (25) - DJ Stewart - OF - Florida State Discussion Thread

1A.(36) - Ryan Mountcastle - SS - Hagerty HS (FL) Discussion Thread

2. (68) - Jonathan Hughes - RHP - HS (GA) Discussion Thread

3. (102) - Garrett Cleavinger - LHP - Oregon Discussion Thread

4. (133) - Ryan McKenna - CF - HS (NH) Discussion Thread

5. (163) - Jason Heinrich - LF - River Ridge HS (FL) Discussion Thread

6. (193) - Jay Flaa - RHP- North Dakota State Discussion Thread

7. (223) - Gray Fenter - RHP - HS (AR) Discussion Thread

8. (253) - Seamus Curran - 1B - HS (MA) Discussion Thread

9. (283) - Jaylen Ferguson - OF - HS (TX) Discussion Thread

10.(313) - Reid Love - LHP - East Carolina Discussion Thread

11. (343) - Ryan Meisinger - RHP - Radner University (VA) Discussion Thread

12. (373) - Robert Strader - LHP - Louisville University (KY) Discussion Thread

13. (403) - Cedric Mullens - CF- Campbell University Discussion Thread

14. (433) - Drew Turbin - 2B- Dallas Baptist University (TX) - Discussion Thread

15. (463) - Christopher Shaw - C- University of Oklahoma - Discussion Thread

16. (493) - Mike Odenwaelder - CF - Amherst (MA) Discussion Thread

17. (523) - Branden Becker -SS - Cajon HS (CA) Discussion Thread

18. (553) - Nick Vespi - LHP -Palm Beach CC (FL) Discussion Thread

19. (583) - Jerry McClanahan -C- UC Irvine (CA) Discussion Thread

20. (613) - Adam Walton - SS - U Illinois Champagne alton-SS-U-Illinois-Champagne?p=3821664#post3821664'>Discussion Thread

21. (643) - Juan Echevarria - RHP - Osceola Senior HS (FL) Discussion Thread

22. (673) - Tristan Graham - RF - Northeast Texas CC (TX) Discussion

23. (703) - Will Dennis - LHP - Seattle Discussion Thread

24. (733) - Kirvin Moesquit - 3B - Seminole State (FL) Discussion Thread

25. (763) - Steve Laurino - 1B - Marist Discussion Thread

26. (793) - Rocky McCord - RHP - Auburn Discussion Thread

27. (823) - Stuart Levy - C - Arkansas State Discussion Thread

28. (853) - Christian Turnipseed - RHP - Georgia Gwinnett College Discussion Thread

29. (883) - Gabriel Garcia - C - Monteverde Academy (FL) Discussion Thread

30. (913) - Andrew Elliot - RHP - Wright State Discussion Thread

31. (943) - Will Shepley - LHP - UNC-Wilmington Discussion Thread

32. (973) - Cody Morris - RHP - Reservoir HS (MD) Discussion Thread

33. (1003)- Steven Klimek - RHP - St. Bonaventure Discussion Thread

34. (1033) - Korey Groves - RHP - Cal State Monterrey Bay Discussion Thread

35. (1063) - Guillermo Trujillo - RHP - Oral Roberts Discussion Thread

36. (1093) - Xavier Borde - LHP - Arizona Discussion Thread

37. (1123) - Jake Pries - LF - Juniper Serra HS Discussion Thread

38. (1153) - Jack Graham - 2B - Slippery Rock Discussion Thread

39. (1183) - Frank Crinella - UTL - Merrimack College Discussion Thread

40. (1183) - Michael Costello - RHP - Post University Discussion Thread

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<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr"><a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/Orioles?src=hash">#Orioles</a> have agreement with 6th-rdr. (193) Jay Flaa for $10K bonus. Senior sign. <a href="http://t.co/PBeybmSHHC">http://t.co/PBeybmSHHC</a></p>— Chris Cotillo (@ChrisCotillo) <a href="

">June 11, 2015</a></blockquote> <script async src="//platform.twitter.com/widgets.js" charset="utf-8"></script>

So we have saved $222,600

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So is the number listed above the allotted amount for the entire draft, or just for the top 10 picks? If it's just the top 10, what's the allotted amount for the entire draft?

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So is the number listed above the allotted amount for the entire draft, or just for the top 10 picks? If it's just the top 10, what's the allotted amount for the entire draft?

You get 100K for each pick after the 10th round. Any money not used to sign those picks can not be used elsewhere.

I don't expect Jack Graham to actually get 100K to sign.

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You get 100K for each pick after the 10th round. Any money not used to sign those picks can not be used elsewhere.

I don't expect Jack Graham to actually get 100K to sign.

Much obliged. I'm not sure how I never knew that.

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You get 100K for each pick after the 10th round. Any money not used to sign those picks can not be used elsewhere.

I don't expect Jack Graham to actually get 100K to sign.

Yeah. It does not work they way glenn was asking anymore. I think you explained it as well as can be done.

glenn, if you want to give a 15 round pick 3 million. You have to save 2.9 million somewhere in the top 10 picks and sign all of them.

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Yeah. It does not work they way glenn was asking anymore. I think you explained it as well as can be done.

glenn, if you want to give a 15 round pick 3 million. You have to save 2.9 million somewhere in the top 10 picks and sign all of them.

To muddy the waters a bit more teams can go over their pool limits, but the Orioles have not shown any desire to do so to date.

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glenn, if you want to give a 15 round pick 3 million. You have to save 2.9 million somewhere in the top 10 picks and sign all of them.

You have to sign all top 10 picks in order to sign someone drafted after the 10th round to above slot money? That doesn't make sense, am I misunderstanding?

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You have to sign all top 10 picks in order to sign someone drafted after the 10th round to above slot money? That doesn't make sense, am I misunderstanding?

Yes you are.

If you do not sign someone in the top 10 the pool money allocated to that pick is lost.

That does not mean that you can not sign someone after the 10th round to an over slot deal if you have the money available.

What happened to the Astros last season is when the Aiken deal fell through and that money was removed from their pool they no longer had the funds to sign Nix.

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To muddy the waters a bit more teams can go over their pool limits, but the Orioles have not shown any desire to do so to date.

What is the penalty for going over the pool limit?

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What is the penalty for going over the pool limit?

I think you pay a dollar in fines for every dollar you go over the limit, up to 105% of the pool. After that, you start losing draft picks.

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I think you pay a dollar in fines for every dollar you go over the limit, up to 105% of the pool. After that, you start losing draft picks.

Up to 5 percent over, a team is taxed 75 percent on the amount they go over. 5-10 percent over, a team is taxed 75 percent on the amount they go over AND lose their first-round selection in the next year's draft. 10-15 percent results in a 100 percent taxation on the overage, AND the loss of first- and second-round picks in the following draft. Over 15 percent results in a 100 percent tax on the overage and they lose their first round picks for the next two drafts.

It is very punitive, and I would be shocked if anyone ever went more than 5 percent over.

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What is the penalty for going over the pool limit?

Up to 5 % 75 % TAx. 5.1% and above Lost First Round Draft picks.

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Up to 5 percent over, a team is taxed 75 percent on the amount they go over. 5-10 percent over, a team is taxed 75 percent on the amount they go over AND lose their first-round selection in the next year's draft. 10-15 percent results in a 100 percent taxation on the overage, AND the loss of first- and second-round picks in the following draft. Over 15 percent results in a 100 percent tax on the overage and they lose their first round picks for the next two drafts.

It is very punitive, and I would be shocked if anyone ever went more than 5 percent over.

Yes. This. Thanks.

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<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr"><a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/Orioles?src=hash">#Orioles</a> have agreement with 6th-rdr. (193) Jay Flaa for $10K bonus. Senior sign. <a href="http://t.co/PBeybmSHHC">http://t.co/PBeybmSHHC</a></p>— Chris Cotillo (@ChrisCotillo) <a href="
">June 11, 2015</a></blockquote> <script async src="//platform.twitter.com/widgets.js" charset="utf-8"></script>

So we have saved $222,600

Nice, just as expected when the team drafted him. Who do you think gets the overslot money?

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