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4/5/13 Cleveland Indians changed P Scott Kazmir's roster status.
4/5/13 Los Angeles Dodgers assigned P Ted Lilly to Advanced-A Rancho Cucamonga (California).
4/5/13 Tampa Bay Rays traded 1B Stephen Vogt to Oakland Athletics. Analysis
4/5/13 Oakland Athletics traded OF Michael Jordan to Tampa Bay Rays.
4/5/13 Oakland Athletics designated P Dan Otero for assignment.
4/5/13 Chicago White Sox signed 3B Jeremy Farrell.
4/5/13 Los Angeles Angels signed C Mark Fleury.
4/5/13 Tampa Bay Rays called up P Brandon Gomes from Triple-A Durham (International).
4/5/13 Tampa Bay Rays placed P Jeff Niemann on the 15-day disabled list (Right forearm strain).
4/5/13 Houston Astros changed P Travis Blackley's roster status. Analysis
4/5/13 Houston Astros designated P Edgar Gonzalez for assignment. Analysis
4/5/13 Miami Marlins called up PH Kyle Skipworth from Triple-A New Orleans (Pacific Coast).
4/5/13 Miami Marlins placed 1B Casey Kotchman on the 15-day disabled list (Strained left hamstring).
4/5/13 Baltimore Orioles called up 2B Yamaico Navarro from Triple-A Norfolk (International).
4/5/13 Baltimore Orioles placed 2B Brian Roberts on the 15-day disabled list (Right hamstring strain).
4/5/13 Cleveland Indians placed P Scott Kazmir on the 15-day disabled list (Right rib cage strain).
4/5/13 Oakland Athletics optioned 1B Stephen Vogt to Triple-A Sacramento (Pacific Coast). Analysis

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