The Chicago White Sox have made good progress since the completion of the 2012 MLB Draft, signing over half of their 41 selections, including eight of the top 11.
The Tribune has an update on some of the major signees and where they will be heading to start their pro careers.
Second-round pick Chris Beck, a pitcher from Georgia Southern, agreed to a $600,000 bonus. He will report to Advanced Rookie-Great Falls and will be joined by pitchers Brandon Brennan (fourth round) of Orange Coast College, Zach Isler (eighth) of the University of Cincinnati and Brandon Hardin (10th) of Delta State and second baseman Micah Johnson (ninth) of Indiana.
You can track all the signings at Baseball America.