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A's agree to terms with 18 more Draft picks

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OAKLAND -- The A's agreed to terms with 18 players selected in the 2014 First-Year Player Draft, the team announced Friday.

Among the players who signed Friday are second-round pick Daniel Gossett from Clemson and fourth-round pick Jordan Schwartz from Niagara, both college right-handers.

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OAKLAND -- The A's agreed to terms with 18 players selected in the 2014 First-Year Player Draft, the team announced Friday.

Among the players who signed Friday are second-round pick Daniel Gossett from Clemson and fourth-round pick Jordan Schwartz from Niagara, both college right-handers.

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The other 16 players to agree to terms were: right-hander Branden Kelliher (8th round); left-hander Mike Fagan (9th); right-hander Corey Miller (10th); right-hander Joel Seddon (11th); second baseman Max Kuhn (13th); third baseman Jose Brizuela (16th); left-hander Michael Nolan (18th); right-hander Koby Guana (20th); right-hander Brendan McCurry (22nd); right-hander Dawson Brown (24th); right-hander Rob Huber (26th); center fielder J.P. Sportman (27th); right-hander Corey Walter (28th); left-hander Cody Stull (29th); left-hander Derek Beasley (30th); and first baseman John Nogowski (34th).

On Thursday, Oakland signed first-round pick Matt Chapman, a third baseman, and the club also has now signed 14 of the 18 pitchers it selected in the Draft.

Aaron Leibowitz is an associate reporter for MLB.com.

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