The White Sox signed Jared Mitchell last night to a reported $1.2 million bonus, less than either of the two players picked after him. The BA article says he'll report to low-A Kannapolis, where he'll start his pro career.
Just 24 hours after I talk about the Mariners, they signed Steve Baron. He gets $980,000, which is $44,000 more than the estimated slot recommendation for the 33rd pick this year. He'll also get $200,000 for school and guaranteed non-roster invitations to Major League camp at Spring Training both in 2010 and 2011. He's supposed to start his pro career with Pulaski in the Appy League.
I'm sure more signings will be rolling around as we go, and I'll update you as it goes along.