Per Baseball America, Milwaukee will have a total of $9,949,200 to give out in bonuses, the 6th-highest amount in the league and nearly $600,000 more than they had to work with last year. The Brewers trail only the Twins ($13,481,500), Reds ($13,006,900), Rays ($11,930,300), Padres ($11,274,000) and A's ($10,863,400).
The Brewers' bonus pool breaks down into the following draft slots:
1st Round: $4,352,000
1st Round Supplemental: $1,889,000
2nd Round: $1,422,000
3rd Round: $634,800
4th Round: $446,200
5th Round: $333,200
6th Round: $251,900
7th Round: $196,900
8th Round: $157,000
9th Round: $137,300
10th Round: $128,700
As Baseball America notes, players picked after the 10th round can sign for up to $125,000 without counting against their team's bonus pool. That's a change from the old CBA, which set that limit at $100,000.
Just like with the previous agreement, teams that fail to sign a player in the first 10 rounds also lose that round's slot value from their pool.
The draft will begin on Monday, June 12th.