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Transactions for July 12, 2013

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7/12/13 Boston Red Sox signed P Pat Goetze.
7/12/13 Minnesota Twins signed P Seth Wagner.
7/12/13 New York Yankees signed P Nestor Cortes.
7/12/13 New York Yankees signed 1B Drew Bridges.
7/12/13 Miami Marlins signed P Nelson Zulueta.
7/12/13 Miami Marlins signed P Tyler Kane.
7/12/13 San Diego Padres signed Joseph Rizzotti.
7/12/13 San Diego Padres signed P Ryan Quigley.
7/12/13 Baltimore Orioles signed Jon Keller.
7/12/13 Baltimore Orioles signed P Travis Seabrooke.
7/12/13 San Francisco Giants signed C John Riley.
7/12/13 Chicago Cubs signed C Tyler Alamo.
7/12/13 New York Mets signed P Ryan Chapman.
7/12/13 San Francisco Giants signed P William Simpson.
7/12/13 San Francisco Giants signed Nicholas Gonzalez.
7/12/13 San Francisco Giants signed P Dylan Brooks.
7/12/13 Chicago Cubs signed P Brad Renner.
7/12/13 Chicago Cubs signed C Will Remillard.
7/12/13 Chicago Cubs signed P Trevor Clifton.
7/12/13 Baltimore Orioles signed P Max Homick.
7/12/13 San Francisco Giants signed Nicholas Vander Tuig.
7/12/13 New York Yankees signed CF Dustin Fowler.
7/12/13 New York Yankees signed Aaron Judge.
7/12/13 Baltimore Orioles signed P Stefan Crichton.
7/12/13 Baltimore Orioles optioned P Josh Stinson to Triple-A Norfolk (International).
7/12/13 Pittsburgh Pirates placed P James McDonald on the 60-day disabled list (Discomfort in right shoulder).
7/12/13 Baltimore Orioles selected the contract of P Jairo Asencio from Triple-A Norfolk (International).
7/12/13 Baltimore Orioles designated P Jair Jurrjens for assignment.
7/12/13 Chicago Cubs signed 3B Kris Bryant.

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