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Transactions for October 13, 2012

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10/13/12 New York Yankees changed P Cody Eppley's roster status.
10/13/12 Baltimore Orioles changed SS Omar Quintanilla's roster status.
10/13/12 Baltimore Orioles changed P Zach Phillips's roster status.
10/13/12 Baltimore Orioles changed LF Steve Pearce's roster status.
10/13/12 Baltimore Orioles changed RF Nick Markakis's roster status.
10/13/12 Baltimore Orioles called up 1B Joe Mahoney from Triple-A Norfolk (International).
10/13/12 Baltimore Orioles changed P Steve Johnson's roster status.
10/13/12 Baltimore Orioles changed LF L.J. Hoes's roster status.
10/13/12 Baltimore Orioles changed DH Bill Hall's roster status.
10/13/12 Baltimore Orioles changed C Luis Exposito's roster status.
10/13/12 Baltimore Orioles changed P Dylan Bundy's roster status.
10/13/12 Baltimore Orioles changed P Zach Britton's roster status.
10/13/12 Baltimore Orioles changed DH Wilson Betemit's roster status.
10/13/12 Baltimore Orioles changed LF Xavier Avery's roster status.
10/13/12 Baltimore Orioles changed P Jake Arrieta's roster status.
10/13/12 Los Angeles Dodgers P Blake Hawksworth filed for free agency.
10/13/12 New York Yankees changed LF Eduardo Nunez's roster status.
10/13/12 Baltimore Orioles changed 2B Steve Tolleson's roster status.

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