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By John R. Bolton
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Topic - Dylan Covey
The Milwaukee Brewers built from within, getting top picks and gems late in the draft to have the best farm system in baseball only a few years ago.
The Milwaukee Brewers were unable to agree to a contact with their first-round draft pick, right-hander Dylan Covey, before Monday night's signing deadline.
Just like last year, the Washington Nationals and agent Scott Boras agreed to a contract for baseball's top draft pick with just a few seconds to spare.