Reds sign second-round pick Santillan

Reds sign second-round pick Santillan

CINCINNATI -- The Reds have agreed to terms with their 2015 second-round Draft pick, right-hander Antonio Santillan. A source confirmed to MLB.com on Monday that Santillan received a bonus worth $1.35 million.

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The 49th overall pick in the 2015 Draft, Santillan pitched for Seguin High School in Arlington, Texas. He was a Perfect Game first-team All-America selection and member of the Texas All-Region first team.

A power pitcher listed between 230-240 pounds, the 18-year-old Santillan has a fastball that reaches 98 mph and a strong curveball.

Santillan is represented by agent Scott Boras.

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