The Dodgers on Wednesday agreed to terms with sixth-round pick Errol Robinson, a shortstop out of Ole Miss, both Robinson and his agency tweeted on Wednesday.
The 5'11 junior was a starter for three years at Ole Miss, starting 185 games, hitting .286/.356/.348 with 66 stolen bases in his three years at the school.
The signing bonus fo Robinson was $250,000 per Josh Norris of Baseball America and J.P. Hoornstra of the LA News Group. That is very slightly above slot value for the No. 191 overall pick, set at $247,900.
In addition, the Dodgers have also reportedly signed 26th-round pick Brandon Montgommery, a second baseman out of San Jacinto College North in Texas, the same school as fifth-rounder Devin Smeltzer.
Montgomery tweeted out a picture of his locker on Wednesday.
So blessed to get this opportunity! Thank you lord! pic.twitter.com/Or1ryUUy3x— ⚾Brandon Montgomery⚾ (@BrandonMonty12) June 15, 2016
The Dodgers also signed non-drafted free agent infielder Dylan Cook, who won Peach Belt Conference Player of the Year honors in 2016 playing second base for Division II Georgia College. Cook as a senior hit .414/.466/.694 with 14 home runs, 14 doubles, 64 RBI, 63 runs scored and 23 stolen bases in 50 games.