TORONTO — The Toronto Blue Jays signed five players Wednesday, including 2018 second-round pick Griffin Conine.
Conine, an outfielder out of Duke University, had a .281 batting average with 52 runs batted in and 18 home runs with the Blue Devils last season.
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The 20-year-old from Weston, Fla., is the son of former major league player Jeff Conine.
The Jays also announced they have signed 18th-round pick Fitz Stadler, a right-handed pitcher out of Arizona State, and 33rd-round pick Matt Harris, a righty out of Florida Atlantic, as well as undrafted free agent pitchers Jackson Rees and Ryan Thurston.
The signings come just over a week after Toronto signed 26 of their 40 2018 draft picks, including first-round pick Jordan Groshans and third round selection Adam Kloffenstein.
Groshans, a shortstop, and Kloffenstein a right-handed pitcher, were teammates last season at Magnolia High School in Texas.