WASHINGTON -- The Yankees have agreed to terms with center fielder Austin Aune, a second-round Draft pick, on a contract worth $1 million.
Aune signed off on a deal worth more than the $548,400 slot recommendation for the 89th overall pick of the Draft. He posted a .447 batting average, hit eight home runs and had 41 RBIs during his senior season for Argyle High School in Argyle, Texas.
The Yankees have also agreed with the following picks:
Right-hander Nick Goody (sixth round); right-hander Taylor Garrison (seventh round); center fielder Taylor Dugas (eighth round); right-hander Derek Varnadore (ninth round); first baseman Matt Snyder (10th round); left-hander Caleb Frare (11th round); catcher Chris Breen (12th round); left-hander James Pazos (13th round); right-hander Andrew Benak (14th round); right-hander Stefan Lopez (16th round); left-hander Timothy Flight (17th round); left-hander Dietrich Enns (19th round); outfielder Danny Oh (27th round); first baseman Saxon Butler (33rd round); left-hander Eric Erickson (34th round) and right-hander Charles Basford (37th round).