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1/16/13 Detroit Tigers assigned C Curtis Casali to the major league roster.
1/16/13 Washington Nationals traded LF Michael Morse to Seattle Mariners.
1/16/13 Seattle Mariners traded C John Jaso to Oakland Athletics. Analysis
1/16/13 Oakland Athletics traded P A.J. Cole to Washington Nationals. Analysis
1/16/13 Oakland Athletics traded P Blake Treinen to Washington Nationals. Analysis
1/16/13 Oakland Athletics designated C George Kottaras for assignment. Analysis
1/16/13 Toronto Blue Jays outrighted P Tommy Hottovy from the 40-man roster.
1/16/13 Los Angeles Dodgers signed C Jesus Flores.
1/16/13 Detroit Tigers signed P Will Startup.
1/16/13 Los Angeles Dodgers signed P Victor Garate.
1/16/13 Philadelphia Phillies signed P Brian Bass.
1/16/13 Philadelphia Phillies signed P Juan Cruz. Analysis
1/16/13 Philadelphia Phillies signed P Aaron Cook. Analysis
1/16/13 Detroit Tigers assigned 3B Nick Castellanos to the major league roster.
1/16/13 Detroit Tigers assigned RF Tyler Collins to the major league roster.
1/16/13 Detroit Tigers assigned LF Daniel Fields to the major league roster.
1/16/13 Detroit Tigers signed 3B Don Kelly.
1/16/13 Detroit Tigers assigned C James McCann to the major league roster.
1/16/13 Detroit Tigers assigned P Michael Morrison to the major league roster.
1/16/13 Detroit Tigers assigned P Ryan Robowski to the major league roster.
1/16/13 Detroit Tigers assigned SS Eugenio Suarez to the major league roster.
1/16/13 Detroit Tigers assigned SS Argenis Diaz to the major league roster.
1/16/13 Detroit Tigers assigned P Kenny Faulk to the major league roster.
1/16/13 Washington Nationals signed P Matt Torra.

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