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Transactions for June 27, 2013

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6/27/13 Milwaukee Brewers selected the contract of 1B Sean Halton from Triple-A Nashville (Pacific Coast).
6/27/13 Baltimore Orioles P Freddy Garcia filed for free agency.
6/27/13 Washington Nationals outrighted P Ryan Perry from the 40-man roster.
6/27/13 Detroit Tigers signed P Will LaMarche.
6/27/13 Baltimore Orioles signed P Mitch Horacek.
6/27/13 Baltimore Orioles signed OF Michael Yastrzemski.
6/27/13 Milwaukee Brewers signed OF Johnny Davis.
6/27/13 Chicago White Sox signed OF Adam Engel.
6/27/13 San Francisco Giants signed C Matt Pare.
6/27/13 changed CF Adam Eaton's roster status.
6/27/13 changed CF Adam Eaton's roster status.
6/27/13 Milwaukee Brewers optioned 2B Scooter Gennett to Triple-A Nashville (Pacific Coast).
6/27/13 Los Angeles Angels called up P Michael Roth from Double-A Arkansas (Texas).
6/27/13 changed LF Bryce Harper's roster status.
6/27/13 Los Angeles Angels placed P Tommy Hanson on the 15-day disabled list (Right forearm tightness).
6/27/13 Cleveland Indians traded 3B John McDonald to Philadelphia Phillies.
6/27/13 Philadelphia Phillies outrighted C Steven Lerud from the 40-man roster.
6/27/13 changed P Blake Wood's roster status.
6/27/13 Cleveland Indians activated P Chris Perez from the 15-day disabled list (Right shoulder soreness; went on 5/27).
6/27/13 changed P Brett Myers's roster status.
6/27/13 Cleveland Indians optioned P T.J. House to Triple-A Columbus (International).
6/27/13 Chicago Cubs signed P Tyler Skulina.
6/27/13 Detroit Tigers outrighted P Jose Valverde from the 40-man roster.
6/27/13 San Francisco Giants signed C Tyler Ross.

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