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Transactions for June 15, 2013

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6/15/13 Chicago White Sox signed P Tyler Barnette.
6/15/13 New York Mets signed 2B L.J. Mazzilli.
6/15/13 Kansas City Royals signed P Kyle Bartsch.
6/15/13 Kansas City Royals signed C Xavier Fernandez.
6/15/13 Kansas City Royals signed OF Alex Newman.
6/15/13 Tampa Bay Rays signed P John Farrell.
6/15/13 Tampa Bay Rays signed P Aaron Griffin.
6/15/13 changed 2B Aaron Hill's roster status.
6/15/13 changed 2B Aaron Hill's roster status.
6/15/13 Cleveland Indians signed P Thomas Pannone.
6/15/13 Chicago White Sox signed P Andre Wheeler.
6/15/13 Cleveland Indians signed OF Clint Frazier.
6/15/13 Los Angeles Angels signed P Dustin Richardson.
6/15/13 Los Angeles Dodgers claimed C John Baker off waivers from San Diego Padres. Analysis
6/15/13 Los Angeles Dodgers optioned C John Baker to Triple-A Albuquerque (Pacific Coast). Analysis
6/15/13 San Diego Padres signed SS Dustin Peterson.
6/15/13 San Diego Padres signed OF Marcus Davis.
6/15/13 Tampa Bay Rays signed P Benjamin Griset.
6/15/13 Tampa Bay Rays signed P Benjamin Griset.
6/15/13 Tampa Bay Rays signed IF Pat Blair.
6/15/13 Tampa Bay Rays signed 2B Johnny Field.
6/15/13 Tampa Bay Rays signed OF Julian Ridings.
6/15/13 New York Mets signed C Colton Plaia.
6/15/13 New York Mets signed P Ricky Knapp.
6/15/13 New York Mets signed P Kevin McGowan.
6/15/13 Minnesota Twins signed P Zach Hayden.
6/15/13 Tampa Bay Rays signed P Corey MacDonald.
6/15/13 Tampa Bay Rays signed P Andrew Hanse.
6/15/13 Tampa Bay Rays signed P Cory Jordan.

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