The Kansas City Royals have officially come to terms with their top selection from the 2019 MLB Draft, and they reportedly broke the bank to do so.

Bobby Witt Jr., a high school shortstop and the second overall selection in this past draft, signed for the full slot value ($7,789,900), according to Jim Callis of MLB Pipeline.

As a result, Witt will be awarded the second-highest bonus ever signed in draft history, behind 2011 first overall pick Gerrit Cole, who signed an $8-million bonus with the Pittsburgh Pirates. As a result, Witt's bonus is the richest awarded to a player not selected first overall.