Monday was a busy day in Major League Baseball, with teams looking to add plenty of new talent to their farm systems. This includes the Braves, who as of this writing had added 12 new names to the franchise on International Signing Day. Of course, the class’s top prospect is infielder Jose Perdomo, whom the Braves signed for about $5 million. Atlanta, along with a few other noteworthy names, plans to continue restocking its minor league system at the lower levels. And perhaps, like Perdomo, a couple players from this class will surprise and emerge as better-than-expected prospects for the Braves.

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Braves News
Mark Bowman discussed the possibility of Max Fried getting an agreement with Atlanta after avoiding arbitration last week.
Jose Bautista is the latest former Brave to be featured in the Hall of Fame profile series.
MLB News
MLB.com analyzes down where the top talent from International Signing Day will land across baseball.
Dusty Baker has joined the San Francisco Giants front office.

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