Stephen Piscotty Contract: Cardinals Sign No. 36 Pick In 2012 MLB Draft To $1.4 Million Bonus

The St. Louis Cardinals signed supplementary first-round pick Stephen Piscotty to a contract on Saturday morning, according to the team's official twitter account. St. Louis selected Piscotty with the No. 36 overall pick in the 2012 MLB Draft and he will reportedly receive a $1.4 million bonus, which is exactly in-line with MLB's recommended slot value.


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Piscotty hit .329/.415/.467 for Stanford in 2012 and he will start his career with the team's minor-league affiliate at the Quad Cities as the starting third baseman, according to Derrick Goold of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.

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