Sport 2022 Baseball First-Round Signing Bonuses
Premier League transfer news live, today! Latest updates on the summer window
We are set for a very busy summer of transfer activity, as the latest transfer news keeps flooding in and plenty of big names are expected to be on the move in the coming months. Your browser does not support this video [ VIDEO: Premier League analysis ] The 2022 summer transfer window opens on June 10 and closes at 6pm ET on September 1. With Erling Haaland already signing for Manchester City, Kylian Mbappe staying at PSG (for now), plus Sadio Mane leaving Liverpool — and plenty of other superstars in demand and contemplating moves — this feels like it will be a summer like no other.
The signing bonuses for the first-round selections in the 2022 baseball amateur draft:
1. Baltimore Orioles, Jackson Holliday, SS, Stillwater H.S., Okla., $8.19 million
2. Arizona Diamondbacks, Druw Jones, OF, Wesleyan H.S., Ga., $8,189,400
3. Texas Rangers, Kumar Rocker, RHP, Farragut, Tenn., $5.2 million
4. Pittsburgh Pirates, Termarr Johnson, SS, Mays H.S., Ga. $7,219,000
5. Washington Nationals, Elijah Green, OF, IMG Academy, Fla., $6.5 million
6. Miami Marlins, Jacob Berry, 3B, LSU. $6 million
7. Chicago Cubs, Cade Horton, RHP, Oklahoma, $4.45 million
8. Minnesota Twins, Brooks Lee, SS, Cal Poly, $5,675,000
9. Kansas City Royals, Gavin Cross, OF, Virginia Tech, $5.2 million
Astros start fast, batter Ray for 3-game sweep of Mariners
SEATTLE (AP) — Jose Altuve and Jeremy Peña hit back-to-back home runs off Robbie Ray to begin the game, and the Houston Astros roughed up the reigning AL Cy Young Award winner in an 8-5 victory over the Seattle Mariners that completed a three-game sweep Sunday. Martín Maldonado had three RBIs from the No. 9 spot in the lineup and All-Star lefty Framber Valdez (9-4) took a shutout into the seventh inning for the Astros, who won their fifth straight and increased their AL West lead to 13 games over second-place Seattle.
10. Colorado Rockies, Gabriel Hughes, RHP, Gonzaga, $4 million
11. New York Mets, Kevin Parada, C, Georgia Tech, $5,019,735
12. Detroit Tigers, Jace Jung, 2B, Texas Tech, $4,590,300
13. Los Angeles Angels, Zach Neto, SS, Campbell. $3.5 million
14. New York Mets, Jett Williams, SS, Rockwall-Heath H.S., Texas. $3.9 million
15. San Diego Padres, Dylan Lesko, RHP, Buford H.S., Ga., $3.9 million
16. Cleveland Guardians, Chase DeLauter, OF, James Madison, $3.75 million
17. Philadelphia Phillies, Justin Crawford, OF, Bishop Gorman H.S., Nev., $3,894,000
18. Cincinnati Reds, Cam Collier, 3B, Chipola College, $5 million
19. Oakland Athletics, Daniel Susac, C, Arizona, $3,531,200
20. Atlanta Braves, Owen Murphy, RHP, Riverside Brookfield H.S., Ill., $2,556,900
21. Seattle Mariners, Cole Young, SS, North Allegheny H.S., Pa., $3.3 million
Veteran CB Buster Skrine retires from NFL
Veteran defensive back Buster Skrine has informed the Titans that he’ll be retiring.“Buster Skrine informed us that he was going to retire, so I respect that decision, and I really respect Buster as a person and as a player,” coach Mike Vrabel said. “But he made a decision that he felt like was best for him and his family, and we’ll respect that and support him however we can.
22. St. Louis Cardinals, Cooper Hjerpe, LHP, Oregon St.,$ 3,182,200
23. Toronto Blue Jays, Brandon Barriera, LHP, American Heritage School, Fla., $3,597,500
24. Boston Red Sox, Mikey Romero, SS, Orange Lutheran H.S., Calif., $2.3 million
25. New York Yankees, Spencer Jones, OF, Vanderbilt, $2,880,800
26. Chicago White Sox, Noah Schultz, LHP, Oswego East H.S., Ill., $2.8 million
27. Milwaukee Brewers, Eric Brown Jr., SS, Coastal Carolina, $2.05 million
28. Houston Astros, Drew Gilbert, OF, Tennessee, $2,497,500
29. Tampa Bay Rays, Xavier Isaac, 1B, East Forsyth H.S., N.C., $2,548,900
30. San Francisco Giants, Reggie Crawford, 1B-LHP, UConn, $2,297,500
Report: Bears WR N'Keal Harry could miss six weeks with high-ankle sprain .
On Sunday, NFL Network's Ian Rapoport provided an update on Harry's status and what could lie ahead for the former first-round pick. According to Rapoport, Harry has been diagnosed with a high-ankle sprain. From Inside Training Camp: #Bears WR N'Keal Harry was diagnosed with a high-ankle sprain and he's seeing a specialist to learn how long he's out, sources say. pic.twitter.com/iij00WbH4R— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) August 7, 2022 Rapoport said Harry would likely see renowned specialist Dr. Robert Anderson, who will help determine the severity of the injury and his timeline for return.