The Detroit Tigers are still rolling with their signings. With the huge size of the MLB Draft, they've still got plenty of guys to deal with, but now they've added a couple more signings. They've actually signed six more players, though details of the signings have not been announced. Brian Britten had the signings on Twitter, which included right handed pitcher Drew Verhagen, who was selected in the fourth round.
Tigers have agreed to terms with six more selections from this year's draft: RHP Drew Verhagen (4th round), RHP Will Clinard (19th round).— Brian Britten (@BBritten_Tigers) June 20, 2012
Draft, cont: OF D.J. Driggers (22nd round), OF Rashad Brown (26th round), OF Miguel Paulino (27th round) & C Jacob Kapstein (35th round).— Brian Britten (@BBritten_Tigers) June 20, 2012
On top of those signings, the Tigers were apparently in the mood for such things, as they put pen to paper on a deal with a draft pick from last year - first baseman Andrew Allen from Cal State Los Angeles. It's technically a deal as a non-drafted free agent, and it's significant due to the fact that Allen is the son of Tigers broadcaster Rod Allen.