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Transactions for November 16, 2012

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11/16/12 Chicago Cubs signed C Dioner Navarro. Analysis
11/16/12 Kansas City Royals signed P Atahualpa Severino.
11/16/12 Kansas City Royals signed 3B Brandon Wood.
11/16/12 Minnesota Twins signed SS James Beresford.
11/16/12 Los Angeles Dodgers signed P Gregory Infante.
11/16/12 Los Angeles Dodgers signed PH Wilkin Castillo.
11/16/12 Philadelphia Phillies signed 3B Josh Fields.
11/16/12 Atlanta Braves signed P Jonathan Santiago.
11/16/12 Cleveland Indians signed 2B Nate Spears.
11/16/12 New York Mets signed P Scott Rice.
11/16/12 Kansas City Royals signed P Brian Sanches.
11/16/12 New York Mets signed SS Brian Bixler.
11/16/12 San Diego Padres traded SS Andy Parrino to Oakland Athletics.
11/16/12 Oakland Athletics traded P Tyson Ross to San Diego Padres.
11/16/12 Oakland Athletics traded 1B A.J. Kirby-Jones to San Diego Padres.
11/16/12 San Diego Padres traded P Andrew Werner to Oakland Athletics.
11/16/12 San Diego Padres assigned P Tyson Ross to the major league roster.
11/16/12 San Diego Padres assigned 1B A.J. Kirby-Jones to the major league roster.
11/16/12 Oakland Athletics assigned SS Andy Parrino to the major league roster.
11/16/12 Oakland Athletics assigned P Andrew Werner to the major league roster.
11/16/12 Detroit Tigers signed RF Torii Hunter.
11/16/12 Atlanta Braves signed C Gerald Laird. Analysis
11/16/12 Detroit Tigers changed RF Torii Hunter's roster status.
11/16/12 Tampa Bay Rays signed OF Luis Vasquez.

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