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2018 Draft Pick Discussion, Rounds 6-20

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Posted: June 08, 2018, 9:07 AM Post
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Elijah Cabell would be huge sign but it’s pretty confusing to scare teams away with signability and LSU and back out. My guess is JUCO to raise stock and price tag for 2019. Brewers have very little money to work with. Our 1st two picks will probably ask for over slot.

If he is in, amazing! But I’m not getting hopes up just yet


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Posted: June 08, 2018, 9:11 AM Post
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Having both been LSU commits & playing in many of the same showcases & all-star games for a few years. I wonder if Cabell & Turang have developed a pretty good friendship? Chance to go though the journey with a buddy could also help with the signing


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Posted: June 08, 2018, 12:23 PM Post
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David Fry, the Brewers 7th round pick, has signed and he’s headed to Helena. #ThisIsMyCrew


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Posted: June 09, 2018, 5:07 AM Post
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Meet Arbert Cipion, 9th-round draft pick of the Milwaukee Brewers
Cipion was waiting to hear the Brewers call his name
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Certainly a signing is imminent...


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Posted: June 09, 2018, 11:52 AM Post
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11th round selection Davis Daniel ‘has got it made’ with his future decision
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Interesting read at the link above. It's going to be a fascinating negotiation between the Brewers and Daniel based on the machinations of his sophomore-eligible draft status.

NOTE: You can learn about Daniel at the video interview found at the link above, but the interview with the current NCAA tournament participant (Super Regionals begin today vs. Florida) was conducted prior to the draft.

“This guy has got it made,” Head Coach Butch Thompson said with a laugh. “My statement would be Davis Daniel has all the leverage in the world. He’s a draft-eligible sophomore which means he can come back as a junior as a premium arm that can throw the ball up to 97 miles per hour. I’m not his advisor but Davis Daniel has all the leverage.”

And yes, I'm going to sneak down the road to the Cape League and negotiate on the Brewers' behalf with Daniel myself. [smile]


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Meet Drew Rasmussen, 6th-round draft pick of the Milwaukee Brewers
Rasmussen is currently recovering from his second Tommy John Surgery
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Posted: June 12, 2018, 5:07 PM Post
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Opening day Saturday for rookie ball, be nice to see some of these guys get signed & on their way to Helena of Arizona. Very very slow moving as of now. Guess Turang & Gray kind of hold up everyone else with how little money Brewers have


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Posted: June 12, 2018, 8:13 PM Post
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No official word that he isn’t signing with the Brewers, but this ARTICLE mentions the following from an interview with Georgia Tech baseball coach Danny Hall...

Hall said he believes of the three Tech signees drafted – pitcher Reese Olson from North Hall High (13th round to the Milwaukee Brewers) and pitcher Luke Bartnicki from Walton High (29th round to Arizona) – will enroll, though he expects shortstop Logan Simmons from Tattnall Square Academy (sixth round to Philadelphia) to turn professional.


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Posted: June 13, 2018, 6:30 PM Post
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Here’s the preliminary rookie-level Helena roster, including four 2018 Draft picks. Seventh-rounder David Fry, a catcher from Northwestern State who signed for $10k, per @jimcallisMLB, is among them.


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Posted: June 14, 2018, 7:21 AM Post
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Cipion's Twitter Bio says Professional Baseball Player for The Milwaukee Brewers Organization


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Posted: June 14, 2018, 8:14 AM Post
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Cipion's Twitter Bio says Professional Baseball Player for The Milwaukee Brewers Organization


Awesome - TWO Stokes-like players in the same draft year! [smile]


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Posted: June 14, 2018, 10:28 AM Post
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Here’s the preliminary rookie-level Helena roster, including four 2018 Draft picks. Seventh-rounder David Fry, a catcher from Northwestern State who signed for $10k, per @jimcallisMLB, is among them.


If Callis is accurate about the $10k, that’s $187,000 under slot.

Is anyone tracking the bonus dollars? It would interesting to see how much money the Brewers might have for some of the later round HS draftees.

The total pick values are listed here: https://amp.mlb.com/269930084-2018-mlb- ... s.amp.html


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Posted: June 14, 2018, 10:58 AM Post
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Brew Crew Ball has a good bonus tracker.


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Posted: June 14, 2018, 2:36 PM Post
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4:35 Elijah Cabell, what's going on? Let go from LSU. Likelier to sign now? How much would that enhance the view of the Brewers draft?
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4:35 I have no idea what's going on with this situation. Cabell's a clear candidate for a JUCO because of his age anyway.


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Posted: June 14, 2018, 9:07 PM Post
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Have to think we could make a strong run at Cabell, especially if Gray signs a bit under slot.


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2018 draft: Meet Drew Rasmussen
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Posted: June 15, 2018, 6:17 PM Post
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Based on the signing bonuses that we currently have, the team has $505,300 to give to Cabell or another >10 round pick, assuming everybody else in the first 10 rounds signs for slot value.

What does it normally take to sign those late-round fliers?

Edit - actually you can add another couple hundred thousand to that, which incurs a 75% penalty but would not cause us to lose a draft pick. Most teams go over and pay the $ penalty.


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Posted: June 16, 2018, 7:39 AM Post
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8th-rder Luis Gonzalez signs w/@Brewers for $125K (pick 245 value = $161.4K). 6-3 HS RHP from PR w/lean projectable body and FB up to 94 mph. Good cutter and chance for avg CH @MLBDraft


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Posted: June 16, 2018, 10:41 AM Post
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Based on the signing bonuses that we currently have, the team has $505,300 to give to Cabell or another >10 round pick, assuming everybody else in the first 10 rounds signs for slot value.

What does it normally take to sign those late-round fliers?

Edit - actually you can add another couple hundred thousand to that, which incurs a 75% penalty but would not cause us to lose a draft pick. Most teams go over and pay the $ penalty.

I think the wild card is going to be Rasmussen. He doesn't have a lot of leverage, but he has the talent to turn down a really low offer. I'm guessing he signs for around $50K-75K, giving the Brewers another $175K or more, but it will be really close to the deadline.


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Posted: June 16, 2018, 11:56 AM Post
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SRB said:
Based on the signing bonuses that we currently have, the team has $505,300 to give to Cabell or another >10 round pick, assuming everybody else in the first 10 rounds signs for slot value.

What does it normally take to sign those late-round fliers?

Edit - actually you can add another couple hundred thousand to that, which incurs a 75% penalty but would not cause us to lose a draft pick. Most teams go over and pay the $ penalty.

I think the wild card is going to be Rasmussen. He doesn't have a lot of leverage, but he has the talent to turn down a really low offer. I'm guessing he signs for around $50K-75K, giving the Brewers another $175K or more, but it will be really close to the deadline.


It sounds like Turang might be a difficult sign as well. That extra $700k or whatever could be going to sign Turang overslot closer to $4m, and if he refuses to sign anyways then maybe Cabell is the backup option.


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