The Red Sox took care of business Monday night, agreeing to terms with right-hander Anthony Ranaudo just before before the midnight deadline to sign their draft picks, according to multiple reports.
Renaudo, a sandwich pick chosen No. 39 overall, shined for Brewster this summer in the Cape Cod League. He will receive $2.55 million, according to reports.
Alex Speier of WEEI.com was the first to report the signing via Twitter.
According to Baseball America, the Sox earlier reached agreements with right-hander Brandon Workman (2nd round, 57th overall); infielder Sean Coyle (3rd round, 110th overall); and infielder Garin Cecchini (4th round, 143rd overall).
Baseball America reports Workman's deal is worth $800,000, Coyle's is for $1.3 million, and Cecchini's is worth $1.31 million.