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12/23/11 St. Louis Cardinals signed DH Carlos Beltran. Analysis
12/23/11 Oakland Athletics designated CF Jai Miller for assignment.
12/23/11 Oakland Athletics designated C Landon Powell for assignment.
12/23/11 Pittsburgh Pirates signed 2B Greg Picart.
12/23/11 Los Angeles Dodgers signed 2B Luis Nunez.
12/23/11 Chicago Cubs signed C Jason Jaramillo.
12/23/11 San Diego Padres signed C Brad Davis.
12/23/11 Kansas City Royals signed P Sandy Garces.
12/23/11 Washington Nationals traded P A.J. Cole to Oakland Athletics. Analysis
12/23/11 Oakland Athletics traded P Robert Gilliam to Washington Nationals.
12/23/11 Chicago Cubs traded P Sean Marshall to Cincinnati Reds.
12/23/11 Cincinnati Reds traded P Travis Wood to Chicago Cubs.
12/23/11 Cincinnati Reds traded PH Dave Sappelt to Chicago Cubs.
12/23/11 Cincinnati Reds claimed P Josh Judy off waivers from Cleveland Indians.
12/23/11 Oakland Athletics traded P Gio Gonzalez to Washington Nationals. Analysis
12/23/11 Washington Nationals traded C Derek Norris to Oakland Athletics. Analysis
12/23/11 Washington Nationals traded P Brad Peacock to Oakland Athletics. Analysis
12/23/11 Washington Nationals traded P Tommy Milone to Oakland Athletics. Analysis
12/23/11 Cincinnati Reds changed P Sean Marshall's roster status.

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