BALTIMORE -- The Orioles continued to add to their organization on Friday, agreeing to terms with three top Draft picks to bring their total to 24. The O's agreed with both of their second-round picks, lefty Keegan Akin and right-hander Mattias Dietz, in addition to fourth-rounder Brenan Hanifee.
The deals, reported by MLB.com's Jim Callis, have not been announced by the team.
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Akin, the 54th overall pick out of Western Michigan Univeristy, has a fastball in the 91-94 mph range and tops out at 96 mph. He also has a solid slider and changeup. He signed for the pick's value of $1,177,200.
Dietz, the No. 69 overall selection, is a 20-year-old junior college right-hander. He will sign for a $1.3 million bonus, according to Callis -- almost $400,000 over the allotted slot value for the 69th pick ($934,400).
Hanifee, the 121st overall pick, is a Virginia high school arm. The right-hander signed for $487,100, just slightly under the $500,000 slot.
Brittany Ghiroli has covered the Orioles for MLB.com since 2010. Read her blog, Britt's Bird Watch, follow her on Facebook and Twitter @britt_ghiroli, and listen to her podcast. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.