Byron Buxton made a splash as he signed as the Minnesota Twins' second overall pick. Buxton received a $6 million signing bonus - the biggest contract in this year's draft class.
The Twins announced the signing Wednesday, one day after Buxton joined the team for batting practice and a physical at Target Field. Buxton is an 18-year-old outfielder from Appling County High School.
The $6 million bonus is bigger than Joe Mauer received when he was signed by the Twins.
The number one overall pick, Carlos Correa, received a $4.2 million bonus from the Astros.