The Brewers just announced that they signed both Jed Bradley and Taylor Jungmann, their first round draft picks in the 2011 MLB Draft.
The team came to terms with Bradley, a left-handed starting pitcher from Georgia Tech, first. Bradley agreed to a signing bonus of $2.0 million. He was selected 15th overall as compensation for not signing Dylan Covey, last year’s first rounder.
Financials on Jungmann have not been confirmed, but it is reported that the right-hander from Texas was given a $2.525 million signing bonus. Jungmann was a Golden Spikes finalist for the Longhorns and was taken with the 12th overall selection.
Both players on now in the fold for Milwaukee, and scouting reports on both will be up Tuesday.