The Dodgers added to their draft pick success by signing Bobby Miller out of Louisville, as well as Carson Taylor out of Virginia Tech. They added to that today by making the Landon Knack signing official.
Knack was selected in the second round by the Dodgers, and could potentially be added to the 60-man player pool. It’s not a stretch to say that most of the draft picks from this year could be added to the pool.
Knack was one of the most fascinating players in the 2020 @MLBDraft for me. Indications are that @Dodgers will add him to 60-man list. Not impossible he surfaces in LA this year. https://t.co/lMpwb1Delh
— Jim Callis (@jimcallisMLB) June 30, 2020
The Dodgers signed Knack for just $715,000 when the number 60 slot was estimated at just over $1.15 million. That extra money could go towards signing Clayton Beeter from Texas Tech and Jake Vogel out of Huntington Beach.