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January 2022 International Signings


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Baseball America list as of late Sat. afternoon 1/15:

 

Johan Barrios, SS, Venezuela

Jhonny Severino, SS, Dominican Republic

Luis Lara, OF, Venezuela

Gery Holguin, SS, Dominican Republic

Fabricio Valera, OF, Venezuela

Angel Pereira, SS, Venezuela

Misael Tejada, C, Dominican Republic

Jose Peña, SS, Dominican Republic

Anthony Flores, LHP, Venezuela

Justin Caceres, RHP, Nicaragua

Ranwell Smith, RHP, Nicaragua

Bryan Rivera, RHP, Nicaragua

Juan Baez, SS, Dominican Republic

Jhofez Mejias, LHP, Venezuela

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Bonus information (thus far) provided by Jesse Sanchez of MLB.com:

 

Johan Barrios, SS, Venezuela ($1,385,000)

Jhonny Severino, SS, Dominican Republic ($1.23 million)

Luis Lara, OF, Venezuela ($1.1 million)

Gery Holguin, SS, Dominican Republic ($450,000)

Fabricio Valera, OF, Venezuela ($400,000)

Angel Pereira, SS, Venezuela

Misael Tejada, C, Dominican Republic

Jose Peña, SS, Dominican Republic

Anthony Flores, LHP, Venezuela

Justin Caceres, RHP, Nicaragua

Ranwell Smith, RHP, Nicaragua

Bryan Rivera, RHP, Nicaragua

Juan Baez, SS, Dominican Republic

Jhofez Mejias, LHP, Venezuela

Roman La Torre, C, Venezuela

Reminton Batista, OF, Dominican Republic

Royer Cabrera, RHP, Dominican Republic

Roman Perez, RHP, Dominican Republic

Edwin Tamoy, C, Venezuela

Luis Garcia, C, Venezuela

Felipe de los Santos, RHP, Dominican Republic

Yorman Galindez, RHP, Venezuela

Deylin Gomez, RHP, Dominican Republic

Jose Meneses, LHP, Venezuela

Osbriel Mogollon, LHP, Venezuela

Daurys Mora, RHP, Dominican Republic

Francisco Nina, OF, Dominican Republic

Breijher Subero, RHP, Venezuela

Reybert Reyes, RHP, Venezuela

Edgardo Reyes, 3B, Venezuela

Donis Rodriguez, SS, Dominican Republic

Wande Torres, LHP, Dominican Republic

Jeral Vizcaino, RHP, Dominican Republic

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I found this interesting the Dodgers, Brewers and Marlins all signed 30 or more all other teams were around 20 or less with some signing far less. League average was around 16 per team. The Brewers, Dodgers and Marlins accounted for 22% of all of the signings in the league which is crazy. There were 6 teams that signed less than 10 players and there were 2 teams who signed less than 5 players the A's(4) and White Sox(3). There were 16 teams that signed less than 15 players. Only 6 teams signed 20 or more players which accounted for almost 40% of the signings this year.

 

It looks like the Brewers, Dodgers and Marlins all have the same strategy on signing international players using their bonus pool money.

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I found this interesting the Dodgers, Brewers and Marlins all signed 30 or more all other teams were around 20 or less with some signing far less. League average was around 16 per team. The Brewers, Dodgers and Marlins accounted for 22% of all of the signings in the league which is crazy. There were 6 teams that signed less than 10 players and there were 2 teams who signed less than 5 players the A's(4) and White Sox(3). There were 16 teams that signed less than 15 players. Only 6 teams signed 20 or more players which accounted for almost 40% of the signings this year.

 

It looks like the Brewers, Dodgers and Marlins all have the same strategy on signing international players using their bonus pool money.

 

Some of this I imagine is because the Brewers are one of the organizations that has the maximum number of complex teams. Also, while 33 represents a bigger signing class than usual for Milwaukee, I wonder if it is partially a case of semantics. The number of hitters is pretty consistent with, if not slightly lower than, the last two years (especially in the outfield). The big difference is in the number of pitchers, and while I believe it would have been slightly higher than last year regardless, it might have been made larger by announcing a lot of the signings of "older" pitchers along with the rest instead of having word of those signings trickle in throughout the offseason as I think they have in the past.

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On 1/18/2022 at 8:51 PM, nate82 said:

I found this interesting the Dodgers, Brewers and Marlins all signed 30 or more all other teams were around 20 or less with some signing far less. League average was around 16 per team. The Brewers, Dodgers and Marlins accounted for 22% of all of the signings in the league which is crazy. There were 6 teams that signed less than 10 players and there were 2 teams who signed less than 5 players the A's(4) and White Sox(3). There were 16 teams that signed less than 15 players. Only 6 teams signed 20 or more players which accounted for almost 40% of the signings this year.

 

It looks like the Brewers, Dodgers and Marlins all have the same strategy on signing international players using their bonus pool money.

I have no problem with being lumped in with those two organizations when it comes to international signing strategies.

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