The Los Angeles Dodgers have finalized an agreement with former Stanford University left-hander Chris Reed, a source with knowledge of the situation confirmed on Thursday.
In taking Chris Reed in the amateur draft on Monday night, the Dodgers broke with an unofficial moratorium on drafting prospects who are being advised by hardball agent Scott Boras.
With Monday's 9 p.m. PDT deadline for signing this year's draft picks fast approaching, it remained unclear as of Sunday evening whether the Dodgers will sign their first-round selection, McKinney (Texas) High School right-hander Zach Lee.
Dodgers set sights on first-round selection who let it be known he would be difficult to sign.
The Dodgers made Texas high school right-hander Zach Lee their first selection in baseball's annual amateur draft on Monday.
Dodgers' prospect Andrew Lambo was suspended 50 games by Major League Baseball for violating the league's drug policy.