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Transactions for January 13, 2012

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1/13/12 Cleveland Indians assigned P Austin Adams to the major league roster.
1/13/12 Chicago Cubs signed P Kerry Wood.
1/13/12 Tampa Bay Rays signed 2B Will Rhymes.
1/13/12 Chicago Cubs signed 2B Alfredo Amezaga.
1/13/12 Baltimore Orioles signed P Will Startup.
1/13/12 Baltimore Orioles signed PR Peter Fatse.
1/13/12 Detroit Tigers signed P James Avery.
1/13/12 Boston Red Sox signed LF Josh Kroeger.
1/13/12 Houston Astros signed P Rayderson Chevalier.
1/13/12 Cincinnati Reds signed P Clay Zavada.
1/13/12 Cincinnati Reds signed P Ron Mahay.
1/13/12 Cleveland Indians assigned P Hector Ambriz to the major league roster.
1/13/12 Cleveland Indians assigned P C.C. Lee to the major league roster.
1/13/12 Cleveland Indians assigned P Tyler Sturdevant to the major league roster.
1/13/12 Cleveland Indians assigned 1B Chun-Hsiu Chen to the major league roster.
1/13/12 Cleveland Indians assigned 1B Chad Huffman to the major league roster.
1/13/12 Cleveland Indians signed P Willy Lebron.
1/13/12 Atlanta Braves signed SS Jack Wilson.
1/13/12 Tampa Bay Rays designated C Nevin Ashley for assignment.
1/13/12 New York Mets signed PH Ronny Cedeno.
1/13/12 Atlanta Braves signed 3B Angel Vargas.

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