Originally Posted by Lip Man 1
Signability is in the eye of the beholder though isn't it? What a player an agent or for that matter the rest of MLB says is signable may not fit into the White Sox definition of signable.
Remember they've spent the least amount of money signing minor league talent over the past five years than anyone in MLB.
Well, the new rules are there to level the playing field. If a player thinks they can wait a year and be drafted higher in 2014 (like Mark Appel last year), they have that right. But there should be no more reaches and head scratchers in the first few rounds. Take the best player and give them what MLB dictates as "slot money".
As long as players and agents can no longer hold teams hostage with absurd, out of line demands, then 99.9% of players should be signable.