LOS ANGELES -- The Angels announced Wednesday they have agreed to terms with 14 more picks from the 2012 First-Year Player Draft class.
So far, the team has agreed to terms with 25 of its 38 picks in the Draft.
The top signee announced was second baseman Alex Yarbrough, the Angels' fourth-round pick. The switch-hitter from Allen, Texas, led Ole Miss in batting as a junior this season with a .380 average. The 5-foot-11, 185-pound infielder played in all 62 of the Rebels' games. He had 17 doubles, three triples and three home runs with 43 RBIs.
Other signees include: right-hander Austin Adams (eighth round); left fielder Jonathan Walsh (11th); right-hander Reid Scoggins (15th); third baseman Ryan Dalton (18th); right-hander Aaron Newcomb (19th); third baseman Michael Snyder (23rd); right-hander Garrett Bush (24th); center fielder Kyle Johnson (25th); first baseman Wade Hinkle (27th); right-hander Robert Powell (32nd); catcher Samuel Mulroy (33rd); right-hander Matthew Collins (37th); and right-hander Jake Boyd (38th).
The Angels had previously signed right-hander R.J. Alvarez, their first pick (third round); right-hander Mark Sappington (fifth); shortstop Eric Stamets (sixth); catcher Andrew Patterson (seventh); catcher Zachary Wright (12th); center fielder Quintin Davis (20th); right-hander Pat Lowery (21st); center fielder Joel Capote (28th); catcher Zachary Livingston (34th); catcher Pedro Pizarro (35th); and right-hander Kenny Hatcher (36th).
The top Angels pick remaining unsigned is ninth-round selection Michael Roth, a left-handed pitcher from the University of South Carolina.