The newest addition to the San Francisco Giants organization is also the biggest obstacle currently in the way of the Stanford Men’s baseball program as they attempt to advance to the College World Series.
General manager Reggie McKenzie announced the move Tuesday, three days before the first training camp practice in Napa.
The Giants have agreed to a $1,866,500 million deal with their No. 1 pick, Christian Arroyo, a high school shortstop from Tampa, sources say. Arroyo was the 25th pick overall, so he signed for slot value.
Former South Carolina running back Marcus Lattimore signed a four-year contract with the San Francisco 49ers on Friday.
Oakland Raiders first-round draft pick cornerback D.J. Hayden will be out until at least training camp with a stomach injury.
The 23-year-old McClain played three seasons with the Oakland Raiders before signing a one-year contract with Baltimore as a free agent on April 12.
The Oakland Raiders have traded wide receiver Louis Murphy to the Carolina Panthers for an undisclosed conditional draft choice.
Luckily, the franchise has had years of practice with high draft picks as last night’s selection was their 12th appearance in the past 12 draft lotteries (two lottery picks in 2001, none in 2007). This year they snapped up Harrison Barnes with pick number seven.
Reports after minicamp claim that A.J. Jenkins, the San Francisco 49ers’ first-round pick, has been struggling mightily. However, this shouldn’t worry fans in the slightest.
The San Francisco 49ers have signed top draft pick wide receiver A.J. Jenkins to a four-year contract.