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12/16/09 Los Angeles Angels signed DH Hideki Matsui.
12/16/09 Texas Rangers signed P Geoff Geary.
12/16/09 Texas Rangers signed 3B Ray Olmedo.
12/16/09 Texas Rangers outrighted 3B Esteban German from the 40-man roster.
12/16/09 Texas Rangers outrighted P Clay Rapada from the 40-man roster.
12/16/09 Texas Rangers assigned 3B Esteban German to the major league roster.
12/16/09 New York Mets signed P Clint Everts.
12/16/09 Detroit Tigers designated C Dusty Ryan for assignment.
12/16/09 Texas Rangers assigned P Clay Rapada to the major league roster.
12/16/09 Los Angeles Dodgers signed P Luis Ayala.
12/16/09 Houston Astros signed P Edgar Ferreira.
12/16/09 Toronto Blue Jays traded P Roy Halladay to Philadelphia Phillies. Analysis
12/16/09 Kansas City Royals signed RF Shane Costa.
12/16/09 Toronto Blue Jays signed C John Buck. Analysis
12/16/09 Toronto Blue Jays signed P Lance Broadway. Analysis
12/16/09 Boston Red Sox signed CF Mike Cameron.
12/16/09 Seattle Mariners signed SS Pedro Okuda.
12/16/09 Boston Red Sox signed P John Lackey. Analysis
12/16/09 Milwaukee Brewers signed P LaTroy Hawkins.
12/16/09 Philadelphia Phillies traded P Cliff Lee to Seattle Mariners.
12/16/09 Seattle Mariners traded P J.C. Ramirez to Philadelphia Phillies.
12/16/09 Kansas City Royals signed P Nelson Payano.

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