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Transactions for January 17, 2013

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1/17/13 Pittsburgh Pirates assigned P Gerrit Cole to the major league roster.
1/17/13 Houston Astros assigned C Chris Wallace to the major league roster.
1/17/13 Houston Astros assigned P Josh Zeid to the major league roster.
1/17/13 Cincinnati Reds signed P Armando Galarraga.
1/17/13 Miami Marlins signed P Mitch Talbot.
1/17/13 Atlanta Braves signed 2B Mattia Mercuri.
1/17/13 Chicago Cubs signed C Jair Fernandez.
1/17/13 Cincinnati Reds signed P Chad Reineke.
1/17/13 Detroit Tigers signed RF Jonathan Roof.
1/17/13 Los Angeles Dodgers signed P Mario Santiago.
1/17/13 Los Angeles Dodgers signed LF Ryan Mount.
1/17/13 San Francisco Giants signed PH Todd Linden.
1/17/13 Houston Astros assigned 2B Jose Martinez to the major league roster.
1/17/13 Houston Astros assigned C Carlos Perez to the major league roster.
1/17/13 Pittsburgh Pirates assigned 1B Brad Hawpe to the major league roster.
1/17/13 Pittsburgh Pirates signed P Jeff Karstens. Analysis
1/17/13 Pittsburgh Pirates designated P Zach Stewart for assignment.
1/17/13 Pittsburgh Pirates assigned P Jameson Taillon to the major league roster.
1/17/13 Washington Nationals signed P Rafael Soriano.
1/17/13 Houston Astros assigned 2B Delino DeShields to the major league roster.
1/17/13 Houston Astros assigned CF George Springer to the major league roster.
1/17/13 Houston Astros signed RF Rick Ankiel.
1/17/13 Houston Astros assigned P Kevin Chapman to the major league roster.
1/17/13 Houston Astros assigned C Rene Garcia to the major league roster.
1/17/13 Houston Astros assigned PH Jake Goebbert to the major league roster.
1/17/13 Houston Astros assigned LF Marc Krauss to the major league roster.
1/17/13 Washington Nationals signed P Robert Orlan.

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