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Transactions for June 17, 2013

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6/17/13 Atlanta Braves signed 1B Jacob Schrader.
6/17/13 Atlanta Braves signed P Andrew Waszak.
6/17/13 Arizona Diamondbacks changed P Ian Kennedy's roster status.
6/17/13 St. Louis Cardinals signed SS Oscar Mercado.
6/17/13 St. Louis Cardinals signed OF Ricardo Bautista.
6/17/13 St. Louis Cardinals signed OF DeAndre Asbury.
6/17/13 St. Louis Cardinals signed OF Anthony Ray.
6/17/13 Atlanta Braves signed P Michael Swanner.
6/17/13 Atlanta Braves signed OF Kyle Wren.
6/17/13 Atlanta Braves signed P Jared Dettmann.
6/17/13 Atlanta Braves signed P Dakota Dill.
6/17/13 Atlanta Braves signed P Ryan Gunther.
6/17/13 Atlanta Braves signed P Steve Janas.
6/17/13 Atlanta Braves signed P Matt Marksberry.
6/17/13 St. Louis Cardinals signed P Brandon Lee.
6/17/13 Tampa Bay Rays signed C Sean Smedley.
6/17/13 Pittsburgh Pirates signed P Henry Hirsch.
6/17/13 Tampa Bay Rays signed 2B Ryan Henley.
6/17/13 Tampa Bay Rays signed Hector Montes.
6/17/13 Detroit Tigers signed SS Steven Negron.
6/17/13 New York Yankees signed P Ethan Carnes.
6/17/13 Texas Rangers signed P Nicholas Wiper.
6/17/13 Washington Nationals signed SS Kyle Attl.
6/17/13 Houston Astros signed P Jorge Perez.
6/17/13 Houston Astros signed 1B Tyler White.
6/17/13 San Francisco Giants released P Ramon Ramirez.
6/17/13 Arizona Diamondbacks signed 2B Denver Chavez.
6/17/13 Arizona Diamondbacks signed C Elvin Soto.

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