A's agree to terms with 18 more Draft picks

A's agree to terms with 18 more Draft picks

OAKLAND -- The A's agreed to terms with 18 players selected in the 2014 First-Year Player Draft, the team announced Friday.

Among the players who signed Friday are second-round pick Daniel Gossett from Clemson and fourth-round pick Jordan Schwartz from Niagara, both college right-handers.

The other 16 players to agree to terms were: right-hander Branden Kelliher (8th round); left-hander Mike Fagan (9th); right-hander Corey Miller (10th); right-hander Joel Seddon (11th); second baseman Max Kuhn (13th); third baseman Jose Brizuela (16th); left-hander Michael Nolan (18th); right-hander Koby Guana (20th); right-hander Brendan McCurry (22nd); right-hander Dawson Brown (24th); right-hander Rob Huber (26th); center fielder J.P. Sportman (27th); right-hander Corey Walter (28th); left-hander Cody Stull (29th); left-hander Derek Beasley (30th); and first baseman John Nogowski (34th).

On Thursday, Oakland signed first-round pick Matt Chapman, a third baseman, and the club also has now signed 14 of the 18 pitchers it selected in the Draft.

Aaron Leibowitz is an associate reporter for MLB.com. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.