The Twins have signed four of their picks from last week's MLB draft.

They have signed their second-round pick, prep catcher Ben Rortvedt, for $900,000, according to MLB.com. His slot value, the bonus amount recommended by the league, was $1,141,600.

Prep outfielder Akil Baddoo, one of their two supplemental picks after the second round, has also signed, but for less than the slot value of $865,200.

Third-round pick Griffin Jax, a righthander from the Air Force Academy, signed for $645,600, which is the slot value for that pick.

And they have signed sixth-round pick Alex Schick, a righthander from California. Schick's bonus is slightly more than the slot of value of $267,800.

The Twins have several agreements with other draft picks but are waiting for physicals to be completed before they become official.

They have not signed first-round pick Alex Kirilloff yet. That's because Kirilloff's high school team is playing for the Pennsylvania State title on Thursday. 

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