Mets Sign 2020 First-Round Draft Pick Pete Crow-Armstrong

Lou DiPietro
June 25, 2020 - 6:57 pm

Make it a pair of high school outfielders now officially Mets, as the team announced Thursday night that they have signed first-round pick Pete Crow-Armstrong.

Terms of the deal were not released by the team, but reports that it was for the full slot value of $3.36 million dollars.

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Crow-Armstrong, 18, was the No. 19 overall pick of the draft out of Harvard-Westlake High School in Los Angeles, and was ranked by Baseball America as the 17th best prospect in the draft. You can read more about Crow-Armstrong’s now-complete amateur career in our original draft profile.

The announcement of Crow-Armstrong’s signing comes hours after the team officially announced the signing of second-round compensation pick Isaiah Greene, and according to, RHP J.T. Ginn, the Mets’ actual second-round pick, is the only member of their draft class left unsigned.

Also per numbers reported by, the team has roughly $2.7 million left in its draft bonus allocation pool to sign Ginn, whose slot value at the No. 52 selection overall is $1.4 million.

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