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Transactions for July 1, 2013

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7/1/13 Cleveland Indians assigned P Blake Wood to Class A Lake County (Midwest).
7/1/13 Toronto Blue Jays signed OF Chaz Frank.
7/1/13 Texas Rangers signed P Chris Dula.
7/1/13 Los Angeles Angels signed P Elliot Morris.
7/1/13 Chicago Cubs signed P Michael Wagner.
7/1/13 Cincinnati Reds signed P Evan Mitchell.
7/1/13 Los Angeles Dodgers signed P Greg Harris.
7/1/13 Colorado Rockies signed SS Patrick Valaika.
7/1/13 Minnesota Twins assigned P Mike Pelfrey to Class A Cedar Rapids (Midwest).
7/1/13 Baltimore Orioles optioned P Jair Jurrjens to Triple-A Norfolk (International).
7/1/13 Washington Nationals activated LF Bryce Harper from the 15-day disabled list (Left knee bursitis; went on 6/1). Analysis
7/1/13 Washington Nationals optioned P Erik Davis to Triple-A Syracuse (International).
7/1/13 Arizona Diamondbacks placed P Trevor Cahill on the 15-day disabled list (Right hip contusion).
7/1/13 Arizona Diamondbacks selected the contract of P Chaz Roe from Triple-A Reno (Pacific Coast).
7/1/13 changed C Wilson Ramos's roster status.
7/1/13 Pittsburgh Pirates signed SS Jacoby Jones.
7/1/13 changed P Anibal Sanchez's roster status.
7/1/13 Tampa Bay Rays signed P Ramon Ramirez. Analysis
7/1/13 Washington Nationals signed OF Brenton Allen.

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