The Yankees have announced the signing of first-round draft pick Anthony Volpe was signing on the dotted line. Details of his bonus remain unknown. Volpe, a high-school shortstop from New Jersey, was taken with the 30th overall selection. That choice comes with a $2.37 million pool allocation. Most pundits didn’t have Volpe rated quite this high. But the Fangraphs duo of Eric Longenhagen and Kiley McDaniel graded him the 38th-best prospect available. Volpe is known most for his glovework, as he’s considered a polished and talented shortstop. Questions remain about his bat. Entering the draft, many wondered whether Volpe would end up at Vanderbilt, but he chose instead to launch a career with his hometown team.