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2012 MLB Draft: Houston Astros Begin Signing Draft Picks

The Houston Astros have wasted no time in beginning to bring some of their 2012 draft picks into their organization, announcing a slew of signings on Tuesday:

Phillips, a two-sport star from Florida who had signed with NC State to play baseball, was the most noteworthy of the signings.

Houston agreed to give him a $300,000 signing bonus as well as pay for any future college tuition in order to get the high schooler into their rookie ball team in Kissimmee.

The 2012 draft is the first to operate under the new rules agreed to in the new CBA, which limits the amount of money any one team can spend on signing their draft picks.

For all the latest on the Astros organization and the 2012 MLB Draft, check out The Crawfish Boxes.

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