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4/1/13 Chicago Cubs assigned 2B Darwin Barney to the major league roster.
4/1/13 Boston Red Sox signed P Gerson Bautista.
4/1/13 Washington Nationals signed P Michael Broadway.
4/1/13 Miami Marlins signed P Rob Waite.
4/1/13 Pittsburgh Pirates signed P Kurt Yacko.
4/1/13 Chicago Cubs signed C Roberto Vahlis.
4/1/13 Chicago Cubs signed C Jhonny Pereda.
4/1/13 New York Yankees signed 3B Josh Bell.
4/1/13 Arizona Diamondbacks signed C Michael Brenly.
4/1/13 Texas Rangers released P Zach Simons.
4/1/13 Miami Marlins signed P Ramon Benjamin.
4/1/13 Chicago Cubs selected the contract of 2B Alberto Gonzalez from Triple-A Iowa (Pacific Coast).
4/1/13 Chicago Cubs designated P Robert Whitenack for assignment.
4/1/13 Chicago Cubs placed 2B Darwin Barney on the 15-day disabled list (Laceration in his left knee).
4/1/13 Toronto Blue Jays outrighted 1B Lars Anderson from the 40-man roster.
4/1/13 Toronto Blue Jays traded 1B Lars Anderson to Chicago White Sox.
4/1/13 Chicago White Sox signed P Jeremy Erben.
4/1/13 Philadelphia Phillies signed P Tom Cochran.
4/1/13 Minnesota Twins signed 2B Eric Farris.
4/1/13 Chicago White Sox signed 2B Tyler Greene.
4/1/13 Texas Rangers released 2B Gabriel Suarez.

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