LOS ANGELES -- On a day that first-round pic Grant Holmes visited Dodger Stadium, the Dodgers announced the signing of three more draft picks on Monday afternoon, officially inking sixth-round pick Brock Stewart in addition to third baseman Jimmy Allen (24th round) and right-handed pitcher Harlan Richter (27th round).
The signing of the right-handed pitcher Stewart was reported last week, and he reportedly signed for a bonus of $190,000, per MLB Pipeline. The allotted slot amount for Stewart's spot, pick No. 189 overall, was $222,200.
Both Stewart and Allen are on the opening day roster for the rookie-level Ogden Raptors, which opens its schedule on Monday night.
The 5'10, 180-pound Allen hit .298/.337/.455 with 13 doubles, three triples and six home runs in 59 games in his senior season at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo in 2014. He played his high school baseball at Rancho Buena Vista High School in Vista in north San Diego County.
Richter is a 6'6, 225-pound rught-hander out of Bossier Community College in Louisiana. The 22-year-old struck out 21 in 18 innings as a sophomore in 2014.
The Dodgers have signed 23 of their 40 draft picks to date.