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6/12/13 San Diego Padres signed P Chris Long.
6/12/13 Seattle Mariners signed 1B D.J. Peterson.
6/12/13 Seattle Mariners signed SS Jack Reinheimer.
6/12/13 Seattle Mariners signed 1B Justin Seager.
6/12/13 Seattle Mariners signed 1B Jeffrey Zimmerman.
6/12/13 Seattle Mariners signed OF Tyler O'Neill.
6/12/13 Seattle Mariners signed OF Corey Simpson.
6/12/13 Seattle Mariners signed OF Chantz Mack.
6/12/13 Seattle Mariners signed P Jake Zokan.
6/12/13 San Diego Padres signed P Max Beatty.
6/12/13 San Diego Padres signed P Pete Kelich.
6/12/13 changed RF Franklin Gutierrez's roster status.
6/12/13 Seattle Mariners signed P Emilio Pagan.
6/12/13 Seattle Mariners signed P Kevin McCoy.
6/12/13 Seattle Mariners signed P Ricardo Claudio.
6/12/13 Seattle Mariners signed P Rafael Pineda.
6/12/13 changed P John Lannan's roster status.
6/12/13 Cleveland Indians signed P Clay Rapada.
6/12/13 Chicago White Sox signed P Eriberto Percel.
6/12/13 Tampa Bay Rays signed 2B David Garcia.
6/12/13 Cincinnati Reds signed P Layne Somsen.
6/12/13 Pittsburgh Pirates signed P Cameron Griffin.
6/12/13 Tampa Bay Rays signed OF Jeremy Hadley.
6/12/13 Philadelphia Phillies signed P Christopher O'Hare.
6/12/13 Miami Marlins signed P Sam Alvis.
6/12/13 New York Yankees signed C Trent Garrison.
6/12/13 Colorado Rockies signed P Chuckie Fick.
6/12/13 Philadelphia Phillies signed 1B Logan Pierce.
6/12/13 Philadelphia Phillies signed P Rob Marcello.
6/12/13 Philadelphia Phillies signed P Matt Soren.
6/12/13 Philadelphia Phillies signed C Corey Bass.
6/12/13 Philadelphia Phillies signed P Mark Meadors.
6/12/13 Philadelphia Phillies signed P Mark Leiter.

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