The Pittsburgh Pirates signed 12th round draft pick Ty Moore on Wednesday. The 21-year-old outfielder was the leading hitter on UCLA this year, batting .342 in 61 games, with an impressive .907 OPS. You can view his player page here. Moore was drafted in the 25th by the New York Yankees last year as a draft-eligible sophomore, but decided to return to school and the move paid off. He was an All-Star in the Cape Cod league last summer. He will likely report to Morgantown, though nothing has been announced yet.
Earlier in the day, the Pirates officially announced four signings, including second round draft pick Kevin Kramer, who was a teammate of Moore at UCLA.
Moore made the announcement himself on Twitter today shortly after signing.
— Ty Moore (@Ty29Moore) June 17, 2015