On Friday afternoon, the Detroit Tigers announced via the Twitter account of Brian Britten that the club had come to terms with two more draft selections from last week's First-Year Player Draft. Left-handed pitcher Preston Jamison, who was selected in the 30th round, and catching prospect Charlie Neil, who was selected in the 37th round, have officially come to terms with the team.
Tigers have agreed to terms with LHP Preston Jamison (30th round) and C Charlie Neil (37th round) from this year's draft. #tigers— Brian Britten (@BBritten_Tigers) June 15, 2012
The signing of Jamison and Neil comes only a few days after the team announced that they had come to terms with 15 players from the 2012 draft, which included the club's top two selections in right-handed pitching prospect Jake Thompson and outfielder Austin Schotts. The Tigers now have deals with 17 selections from the 2012 draft.