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Transactions for January 26, 2012

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1/26/12 Detroit Tigers signed 1B Prince Fielder. Analysis
1/26/12 Chicago Cubs outrighted P Manny Corpas from the 40-man roster.
1/26/12 New York Yankees signed P Hiroki Kuroda.
1/26/12 New York Yankees designated P Kevin Whelan for assignment.
1/26/12 Cleveland Indians signed P Dan Wheeler. Analysis
1/26/12 Cleveland Indians signed P Jose De La Torre.
1/26/12 Cleveland Indians signed PH Ryan Rohlinger.
1/26/12 Toronto Blue Jays signed C Kyle Phillips.
1/26/12 Miami Marlins signed P Josh Schmidt.
1/26/12 New York Mets signed 3B Gregory Valencia.
1/26/12 New York Mets signed P Nicolas Debora.
1/26/12 New York Mets signed P Luis Popa.
1/26/12 Boston Red Sox designated P Scott Atchison for assignment.
1/26/12 Boston Red Sox signed LF Cody Ross. Analysis
1/26/12 Washington Nationals signed P Brad Lidge. Analysis
1/26/12 Seattle Mariners assigned P Taijuan Walker to the major league roster.
1/26/12 Seattle Mariners assigned P James Paxton to the major league roster.
1/26/12 Seattle Mariners assigned SS Nick Franklin to the major league roster.
1/26/12 Seattle Mariners assigned 3B Vinnie Catricala to the major league roster.
1/26/12 Seattle Mariners assigned P Erasmo Ramirez to the major league roster.
1/26/12 Seattle Mariners assigned P Stephen Pryor to the major league roster.
1/26/12 Seattle Mariners assigned P Forrest Snow to the major league roster.
1/26/12 Seattle Mariners assigned C Jesus Sucre to the major league roster.
1/26/12 Seattle Mariners assigned C Ralph Henriquez to the major league roster.
1/26/12 Oakland Athletics signed LF Jonny Gomes.
1/26/12 Oakland Athletics designated 2B Adrian Cardenas for assignment.
1/26/12 Minnesota Twins signed P Reudis Reyes.

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