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Transactions for March 2, 2013

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3/2/13 Seattle Mariners assigned P Dominic Leone to the major league roster.
3/2/13 Detroit Tigers assigned 2B Brandon Loy to the major league roster.
3/2/13 Washington Nationals assigned 1B Mike Costanzo to the major league roster.
3/2/13 Detroit Tigers assigned 1B Aaron Westlake to the major league roster.
3/2/13 Detroit Tigers assigned LF Danry Vasquez to the major league roster.
3/2/13 Chicago White Sox assigned RF Michael Earley to the major league roster.
3/2/13 Colorado Rockies signed P Bobby Cassevah.
3/2/13 Philadelphia Phillies signed SS Miguel Abreu.
3/2/13 Philadelphia Phillies signed 3B Andres Blanco.
3/2/13 Toronto Blue Jays signed 2B Munenori Kawasaki.
3/2/13 Pittsburgh Pirates signed C Ali Solis.
3/2/13 Detroit Tigers assigned RF Steven Moya to the major league roster.
3/2/13 San Francisco Giants assigned 3B Juan Ciriaco to the major league roster.
3/2/13 Seattle Mariners assigned P George Mieses to the major league roster.
3/2/13 Boston Red Sox assigned P Michael McCarthy to the major league roster.
3/2/13 Detroit Tigers assigned P Matt Crouse to the major league roster.
3/2/13 Detroit Tigers assigned C Adolfo Reina to the major league roster.
3/2/13 Detroit Tigers assigned 3B Wade Gaynor to the major league roster.
3/2/13 Detroit Tigers assigned 2B Marcus Lemon to the major league roster.
3/2/13 Detroit Tigers assigned 2B Devon Travis to the major league roster.
3/2/13 Detroit Tigers assigned RF Jeff McVaney to the major league roster.
3/2/13 Detroit Tigers assigned CF Jake Stewart to the major league roster.
3/2/13 St. Louis Cardinals assigned 3B Stephen Piscotty to the major league roster.
3/2/13 Colorado Rockies signed C Robbie Perkins.

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