first_imgThe Dodgers signed first-round draft pick Bobby Miller, a right-hander out of Louisville, for a reported $2.2 million on Friday.The Dodgers have now signed two of their six draft picks, also inking fifth-round pick Gavin Stone, a right-hander out of Central Arkansas, earlier this week.The two picks signed for a combined $2.3 million, which is $447,000 below the slot values for those picks. That would leave the Dodgers extra money to sign their other four picks.Miller was considered one of the hardest throwers in this year’s draft, with a fastball that touched 100 mph. He had a 2.31 ERA in 23 1/3 innings before the college baseball season was shut down in March because of the coronavirus. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Errorlast_img