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12/19/12 Milwaukee Brewers signed P Alfredo Figaro.
12/19/12 New York Yankees signed RF Ichiro Suzuki.
12/19/12 New York Yankees designated P Jim Miller for assignment.
12/19/12 Houston Astros designated RF Che-Hsuan Lin for assignment.
12/19/12 Colorado Rockies signed P Justin Berg.
12/19/12 New York Mets signed SS Josh Rodriguez.
12/19/12 Cincinnati Reds signed P Kevin Whelan.
12/19/12 Colorado Rockies signed P Tim Gustafson.
12/19/12 Los Angeles Dodgers signed P Fabio Castro.
12/19/12 Los Angeles Dodgers signed 3B Omar Luna.
12/19/12 Philadelphia Phillies signed P Edgar Garcia.
12/19/12 Seattle Mariners signed 2B Leury Bonilla.
12/19/12 Colorado Rockies signed P Jeff Francis.
12/19/12 Seattle Mariners traded P Jason Vargas to Los Angeles Angels. Analysis
12/19/12 Los Angeles Angels traded DH Kendrys Morales to Seattle Mariners. Analysis
12/19/12 Cleveland Indians signed C Brian Jeroloman.
12/19/12 Detroit Tigers outrighted P Matt Hoffman from the 40-man roster.
12/19/12 Detroit Tigers released P Adam Wilk.
12/19/12 Toronto Blue Jays claimed P Mickey Storey off waivers from Houston Astros.
12/19/12 Boston Red Sox signed P Ryan Dempster.
12/19/12 Boston Red Sox designated P Pedro Beato for assignment.
12/19/12 Los Angeles Dodgers traded P John Ely to Houston Astros.
12/19/12 Houston Astros traded P Rob Rasmussen to Los Angeles Dodgers.
12/19/12 Baltimore Orioles signed P Zach Braddock.
12/19/12 Baltimore Orioles signed 1B Travis Ishikawa.
12/19/12 Baltimore Orioles signed P Daniel Schlereth.
12/19/12 Colorado Rockies signed C Gustavo Molina.

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