Jesse Sanchez has been a reporter for MLB.com since 2001 and has covered Major League Baseball for 12 years.
|After agreeing to terms on a signing bonus worth $2.5 million over the weekend, the Giants and Cuban outfielder Eddy Julio Martinez no longer have a deal, an industry source confirmed Tuesday.
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|Commissioner Rob Manfred traveled south of the U.S. border to Culiacan on Thursday to build on a dialogue with Mexico's top baseball officials and strengthen the relationship between Major League Baseball and the country's leagues.
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|Alvarez, ranked No. 1 on MLB.com's Top 30 International Prospects list, is now considered one of the top young pitching prospects in the world, and he's only been out of Cuba for 10 months.
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|Phil Gosselin's first game with the D-backs at Chase Field was one to remember. It's already been a week he'll never forget. Gosselin, who was activated from the 60-day disabled list last on Monday, finished 2-for-4, including a three-run home run in the second inning, in Arizona's 6-1 victory against the Giants on Monday at Chase Field.
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|Cuban outfield prospect Eddy Julio Martinez begins his 2 1/2-mile journey from his apartment in Santiago, Dominican Republic, to the Complejo Deportivo La Barranquita, the sports complex where he trains five days a week just after sunrise.
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|With the international signing period open, here is a look at MLBPipeline.com's Top 30 international prospects and which of them have agreed to terms with clubs.
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|Almost a year ago, Wei-Chieh Huang was pitching in obscurity at a famous college in Taiwan. On Sunday, he suited up for the World and shined.
|Once among the most feared baseball teams in international circles, the Cuban baseball stars are now a group fighting to stay competitive and a way to save their Serie Nacional, the island's top league, while the landscape of sports and politics changes around them.
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|According to industry sources, the Cubs have agreed to terms with shortstop Yonathan Perlaza, ranked No. 13 on MLB.com's Top 30 International Prospects list, for $1.3 million, outfielder Yonathan Sierra Estiwal, ranked No. 16, for $2.5 million, shortstop Aramis Ademan, ranked No. 19, for $2 million, Panamanian catcher Miguel Amaya, ranked No. 25, for a deal worth $1.25 million and third baseman Christopher Martinez, ranked No. 28, for $1 million.
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|The Rangers have a long history on the international market, and they are once again living up to their reputation as one of the most aggressive teams in Latin America.
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|The White Sox signed shortstop Fernando Tatis Jr., ranked No. 27 on MLB.com's Top 30 International Prospects list, for $825,000, and outfielder Franklin Reyes, ranked No. 30., for $1.5 million.
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|There's a familiar name set to begin his journey through the professional ranks. The Blue Jays signed 16-year-old Dominican outfielder Vladimir Guerrero Jr. for $3.9 million. Guerrero is ranked No. 4 on MLB.com's Top 30 International Prospects list.
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|The Braves are on the verge of adding a pair of high-profile international prospects to their Minor League system.
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|The Los Angeles Dodgers are making a big splash on the first day international prospects can sign, stocking their Minor League system with several top international prospects, including right-handed pitcher Yadiel Alvarez for $16 million.
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|The Twins have made a splash on the international market, agreeing to a $4 million deal with Dominican Republic teenage shortstop Wander Javier, according to industry sources.
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|Colorado is historically one of the most active teams on the international market, and that trend continues this year. According to industry sources, the Rockies have agreed to $2 million signing bonus with Venezuelan outfield prospect Daniel Montano, ranked No. 12 on MLB.com's Top 30 International Prospects list.
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|The Giants are on the verge of adding another athletic infielder to their Minor League system, coming to terms with shortstop Lucius Fox of the Bahamas on a bonus of $6 million, according to industry sources.
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|The Nationals have agreed to a $1.5 million signing bonus with teenage outfielder Juan Soto of the Dominican Republic.
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|The Mets are adding two premier prospects, including one familiar baseball name, to their Minor League ranks. According to industry sources, the Mets agreed to a $1.2 million signing bonus with Venezuelan shortstop Andres Gimenez and a $1.5 million signing bonus with Dominican Republic shortstop Gregory Guerrero.
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|The Astros have signed teenage outfielder Gilberto Celestino of the Dominican Republic. The package is worth $2.5 million, according to industry sources.
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