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Phillies sign a top draft pick

The Phillies have signed shortstop Roman Quinn, the No. 66 selection in the June draft.

Phillies sign a top draft pick

GM Ruben Amaro Jr. and the Phillies have locked up another top draft pick. (Charles Fox / Staff File Photo)
GM Ruben Amaro Jr. and the Phillies have locked up another top draft pick. (Charles Fox / Staff File Photo)

The Phillies announced Tuesday they've signed shortstop Roman Quinn, their second-round selection in the June draft - No. 66 overall.

The Phillies had until midnight Monday to sign their draft picks. Earlier, they announced the signing of outfielder Larry Greene, who was the No. 39 pick overall.

Quinn, 18, is a switch hitter who batted .385 with a .610 on-base percentage at Port St. Joe's High School in Florida. Overall, the Phillies signed 30 of their 50 draft picks, including nine of their first 10 selections. 


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