Baseball America has produced a tight little review chart from the 2010 First Year’s Player Draft.
Here’s what you need to know about the Blue Jays:
The Jays’ 14 signed picks from the first 10 rounds of the draft were the most of any team in baseball.
While Toronto spent more than any other team in signing bonuses through the first 10 rounds, their average payout was only 125% of what MLB recommended, making them 10th in overpaying for draft picks. In comparison, the LA Dodgers spent 224% of what their picks were slotted at, while the Milwaukee Brewers paid only 52% of their slot.