Angels trade prospect to get more money to pursue Shohei Ohtani

Angels trade prospect to get more money to pursue Shohei Ohtani

Twins get players from Mariners, Angels for international bonus money

This is significant because the Mariners and Angels are two of seven teams still in the running for Ohtani, who profiles as both a potential ace on the mound and impact hitter at the plate, and Ohtani is subject to the strict bonus limits that cover July 2 worldwide free agents.

It is unconfirmed, but the Angels nearly certainly made this deal in order to be able to offer Japanese superstar Shohei Ohtani more money.

"I know the questions you all want to ask regarding Shohei Ohtani, but at this time, I'm not going to make any comments on anything to do with Mr. Ohtani", Dipoto said on the call. Shortly thereafter, the Angels sent outfield prospect Jacob Pearson to the Twins, also for $1 million in worldwide slot money.

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The Angels, who last week picked up $1.21 million in a trade with the Braves, are up to $2.315 million. The other four finalists - the Chicago Cubs, Los Angeles Dodgers, San Diego Padres and San Francisco Giants - are restricted during this global signing period to no more than $300,000 in any individual signing bonus.

The Angels followed suit with a trade of their own with the Twins, adding $1 million as well to bump their available pool to $2.315 million. One might be right, though one or both will also be wrong.

Rosenthal noted the Angels received $1 million in additional global slot money as a result of the move.

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Pearson is the much better prospect between the two, a third-round selection who was given seven figures out of high school and who has a chance to carry a plus hit and speed tool when he's done developing. Pearson turns 20 next June.

Banuelos was a fifth-round draft pick this year from Long Beach State.

The 21-year-old hit.236 with four home runs and 26 RBIs for Class A Short Season Everett and was selected to play in the Northwest League All-Star Game.

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Ohtani's representatives told the Twins on Sunday he would not sign with Minnesota.

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