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6/19/13 Miami Marlins signed C Chad Wallach.
6/19/13 Miami Marlins signed SS Justin Bohn.
6/19/13 New York Yankees signed P Eric Wooten.
6/19/13 San Diego Padres signed 3B Tyler Stubblefield.
6/19/13 Tampa Bay Rays signed P Harmen Sidhu.
6/19/13 Los Angeles Dodgers signed 3B Brandon Dixon.
6/19/13 Oakland Athletics signed P Austin Kubitza.
6/19/13 Oakland Athletics signed P Bobby Wahl.
6/19/13 Washington Nationals signed P John Simms.
6/19/13 Washington Nationals signed P Nick Pivetta.
6/19/13 Miami Marlins signed Carlos Lopez.
6/19/13 Miami Marlins signed 2B Reid Redman.
6/19/13 Los Angeles Dodgers signed P Crayton Bare.
6/19/13 Washington Nationals signed OF Gregory Zebrack.
6/19/13 Arizona Diamondbacks signed P Sean Furney.
6/19/13 New York Yankees signed 1B Jimmy Falla.
6/19/13 Baltimore Orioles signed 1B Tanner Rust.
6/19/13 Detroit Tigers signed P Joe Flattery.
6/19/13 Chicago White Sox signed SS Christian Stringer.
6/19/13 Chicago White Sox signed OF Arby Fields.
6/19/13 Chicago White Sox signed P Jeffrey McKenzie.
6/19/13 Washington Nationals signed P Andrew Cooper.
6/19/13 Washington Nationals signed John Costa.
6/19/13 Chicago White Sox signed Audry Santana.
6/19/13 Minnesota Twins signed P Brandon Bixler.
6/19/13 Chicago White Sox signed P Charlie Sharrer.
6/19/13 Houston Astros signed P Ryan Connolly.
6/19/13 Houston Astros signed SS Parker Hipp.
6/19/13 changed P Fernando Salas's roster status.
6/19/13 Cleveland Indians signed 2B Garrett Smith.

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