ATLANTA (AP) -The San Francisco Giants signed two more first-round draft picks Wednesday, agreeing to deals with left-handed pitcher Madison Bumgarner and outfielder Wendell Fairley.
Bumgarner, the 10th overall selection, got a $2 million signing bonus, according to Baseball America. Fairley, the 29th pick, agreed to a deal with a reported $1 million bonus.
The Giants had signed 45 of their 52 selections - including the first 29 - ahead of a midnight deadline to reach agreements with their 2007 draft picks. Many unsigned players could go back into next year's draft pool.
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