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12/3/10 Washington Nationals C Wil Nieves filed for free agency.
12/3/10 Chicago White Sox signed C A.J. Pierzynski. Analysis
12/3/10 Boston Red Sox signed P Jason Bergmann.
12/3/10 Boston Red Sox signed P Brandon Duckworth.
12/3/10 Boston Red Sox assigned P Santo Luis to the major league roster.
12/3/10 Boston Red Sox assigned 2B Nate Spears to the major league roster.
12/3/10 Boston Red Sox signed 3B Drew Sutton.
12/3/10 Colorado Rockies signed P Jorge De La Rosa.
12/3/10 Los Angeles Dodgers signed C Rod Barajas.
12/3/10 San Diego Padres signed 2B Gregorio Petit.
12/3/10 San Diego Padres signed P Luis Perdomo.
12/3/10 Milwaukee Brewers traded P Carlos Villanueva to Toronto Blue Jays. Analysis
12/3/10 Washington Nationals P Chien-Ming Wang filed for free agency.
12/3/10 Washington Nationals P Joel Peralta filed for free agency.
12/3/10 Boston Red Sox P Taylor Buchholz filed for free agency.
12/3/10 Boston Red Sox P Andrew Miller filed for free agency.
12/3/10 Boston Red Sox P Hideki Okajima filed for free agency.
12/3/10 San Francisco Giants signed LF Pat Burrell.
12/3/10 Chicago White Sox signed DH Adam Dunn. Analysis
12/3/10 Chicago White Sox traded P Scott Linebrink to Atlanta Braves. Analysis
12/3/10 Atlanta Braves traded P Kyle Cofield to Chicago White Sox. Analysis
12/3/10 Boston Red Sox signed P William Abreu.

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