On Friday afternoon, the Cleveland Indians announced that they had come to terms with outfielder Tyler Naquin, the club's top pick with the No. 15 overall selection in June's First-Year Player Draft. Naquin and the Tribe have reportedly come to terms on a deal that would give the former Texas A&M product a $1.75 million signing bonus (pending a physical), which is well below the assigned value of $2.25 million that was given to the No. 15 pick.
Naquin was the second college position player taken in this year's draft and is considered a pure hitter with a great deal of speed and a strong arm. A right fielder at A&M, some have speculated that Naquin's speed may allow him to move to center field in the future.
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