Filed under: Stream 2014-2015 international signing period Contributors: Eric Stephen Share this story Share this on Facebook Share this on Twitter Share All sharing options Share All sharing options for: 2014-2015 international signing period Reddit Pocket Flipboard Email Keep track of all Dodgers signings during the 2014-2015 international signing period. The Dodgers have $1.963,800 allotted in their bonus pool to spend on amateur talent. 5 Total Updates Since Jul 2, 2014, 8:23am PDT Follow this stream November 12, 2014 Dodgers sign trio of international 16-year-olds By Eric Stephen@ericstephen The Dodgers on Wednesday announced the signing of three 16-year-old international amateur free agents: Frank Sanchez (Juan Uribe's nephew), Edwin Reyes, and Jerson Dometilia. July 3, 2014 Dodgers sign 1B Eric Meza By Eric Stephen@ericstephen The Mexican first baseman was one of six international amateurs signed on Wednesday by the Dodgers. July 2, 2014 Dodgers reportedly sign Romer Cuadrado By Eric Stephen@ericstephen The Dodgers have reportedly signed five international amateurs on Wednesday, including 16-year-old Venezuelan outfielder Romero Cuadrado for a bonus of $750,000. July 2, 2014 Dodgers sign OF Johan Calderon By Eric Stephen@ericstephen The Dodgers have added another international amateur, reportedly signing Dominican outfielder Johan Calderon on Wednesday. July 2, 2014 Dodgers sign Felix Osorio By Eric Stephen@ericstephen Welcome to the 2014-2015 international signing period. The Dodgers have a little under $2 million to spend on international talent over the next 11½ months. Here are the details of how it works.