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Transactions for April 3, 2013

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4/3/13 Philadelphia Phillies signed SS Jose Mojica.
4/3/13 New York Yankees assigned P Phil Hughes to Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre (International).
4/3/13 Chicago Cubs signed 2B Donnie Murphy.
4/3/13 Pittsburgh Pirates assigned PH Brandon Inge to Triple-A Indianapolis (International).
4/3/13 Los Angeles Dodgers released P Kevin Gregg.
4/3/13 New York Yankees released P Clay Rapada. Analysis
4/3/13 Chicago White Sox signed CF Luis Durango.
4/3/13 Miami Marlins outrighted 3B Zack Cox from the 40-man roster. Analysis
4/3/13 Miami Marlins outrighted CF Gorkys Hernandez from the 40-man roster. Analysis
4/3/13 Miami Marlins outrighted P Scott Maine from the 40-man roster. Analysis
4/3/13 Cleveland Indians placed P Frank Herrmann on the 60-day disabled list (Recovering from March 2013 Tommy John surgery).
4/3/13 Cleveland Indians optioned P Robert Whitenack to Double-A Akron (Eastern).
4/3/13 Cleveland Indians claimed P Robert Whitenack off waivers from Chicago Cubs.
4/3/13 Philadelphia Phillies signed RF Jonathan Roof.
4/3/13 changed 3B David Freese's roster status.
4/3/13 Detroit Tigers claimed P Evan Reed off waivers from Miami Marlins. Analysis
4/3/13 Detroit Tigers optioned P Evan Reed to Triple-A Toledo (International). Analysis
4/3/13 Arizona Diamondbacks assigned LF Cody Ross to Advanced-A Visalia (California).
4/3/13 Oakland Athletics designated P Josh Stinson for assignment.
4/3/13 Oakland Athletics claimed P Will Harris off waivers from Colorado Rockies. Analysis
4/3/13 Oakland Athletics optioned P Will Harris to Triple-A Sacramento (Pacific Coast). Analysis
4/3/13 Cincinnati Reds selected the contract of LF Derrick Robinson from Triple-A Louisville (International).
4/3/13 Cincinnati Reds signed P Mike MacDougal.

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