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12/17/12 Detroit Tigers signed P Anibal Sanchez. Analysis
12/17/12 Los Angeles Dodgers signed 1B Dallas McPherson.
12/17/12 Arizona Diamondbacks signed P Warner Madrigal.
12/17/12 Chicago Cubs signed P Andrew Carpenter.
12/17/12 Miami Marlins signed 2B Chris Gutierrez.
12/17/12 Minnesota Twins signed P Williams Ramirez.
12/17/12 Tampa Bay Rays signed P Daniel Pilar.
12/17/12 Los Angeles Angels signed SS Luis Rodriguez.
12/17/12 Toronto Blue Jays traded LF Wuilmer Becerra to New York Mets. Analysis
12/17/12 Toronto Blue Jays traded P Noah Syndergaard to New York Mets. Analysis
12/17/12 Milwaukee Brewers signed 2B Donnie Murphy.
12/17/12 Chicago Cubs signed P Chang-Yong Lim.
12/17/12 Houston Astros signed 1B Carlos Pena. Analysis
12/17/12 Houston Astros designated P Mickey Storey for assignment.
12/17/12 New York Mets traded P R.A. Dickey to Toronto Blue Jays. Analysis
12/17/12 Toronto Blue Jays traded C John Buck to New York Mets. Analysis
12/17/12 New York Mets traded C Mike Nickeas to Toronto Blue Jays. Analysis
12/17/12 New York Mets traded C Josh Thole to Toronto Blue Jays. Analysis
12/17/12 Toronto Blue Jays traded C Travis d'Arnaud to New York Mets.
12/17/12 Tampa Bay Rays signed OF Oscar Rojas.

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