The Washington Post

The Nationals signed their first 13 picks in this year's draft and 18 of their first 20.

The Nationals top pick, Andrew Stevenson, agreed to an under-slot signing bonus of $750,000.

Eight of the Nationals' picks from the first 10 rounds have signed.

The Nationals added infield depth and pitching prowess on the final day of the MLB draft.

Nationals draft son of former Yankees great Mariano Rivera in fourth round.

Updates on the Nationals picks on day two of the MLB draft.

The Nationals chose twice on the first day of the draft, and opted for two outfielders -- one college player, and one graduating high school senior.

The Nationals' don't pick until No. 58 and have little bonus money to give, making this year's draft a more creative exercise than those before it.

In signing Max Scherzer, the Nationals forfeited their first-round pick, and must wait until the second round for their first choice of the 2015 draft.

Brian Goodwin, A.J. Cole, Wilmer Difo, Matt Grace and Matt Skole are among the players eligible for Rule 5 draft protection.

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