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[UPDATE, 5:05 p.m.] - I just spoke to Kobernus, who is in DC today, and will soon be flying out to report to the Class A Vermont Lake Monsters. "I'll be with them tonight," Kobernus said. "I'm not sure if I'm gonna play tomorrow, but it could be. If not then, sometime really soon."Kobernus's bonus is $705,000, which is very much in line with MLB-recommended slotting guidelines. Last year, the recommended bonus for the No. 50 pick was somewhere between $787,000 (the amount accepted by the 49th pick, Johnny Giavotella, a college second baseman selected by Kansas City) and $772,000 (the amount accepted by 51st pick, Anthony Gose, a high school outfielder drafted by Philly). But this year, remember, MLB is calling for a 10-percent cut in bonuses, in conjunction with the economic decline.
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