Dodgers sign three more draftees

Dodgers sign three more draftees

BOSTON -- The Dodgers on Sunday announced the signings of three more picks from the First-Year Player Draft.

They are: third-rounder Leon Landry, a center fielder from LSU; fourth-rounder James Baldwin III, a center fielder from Pinecrest High School in South Carolina; and 27th-rounder Yimy Queip-Rodriguez, a right-handed pitcher from Peru State College.

Baldwin is the son of former Dodgers pitcher James Baldwin Jr.

First-round pick Zach Lee remains unsigned and committed to play baseball and football at LSU, although Dodgers officials remain optimistic they can make an offer substantial enough to lure him away. If they are unable to sign Lee, they would receive the 29th-overall pick in next year's Draft as compensation.