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7/31/13 Oakland Athletics traded LF Grant Green to Los Angeles Angels. Analysis
7/31/13 Pittsburgh Pirates optioned P Brandon Cumpton to Triple-A Indianapolis (International).
7/31/13 Boston Red Sox called up 3B Brock Holt from Triple-A Pawtucket (International). Analysis
7/31/13 Detroit Tigers called up P Luis Marte from Triple-A Toledo (International).
7/31/13 Kansas City Royals traded P Kyle Smith to Houston Astros.
7/31/13 Houston Astros traded RF Justin Maxwell to Kansas City Royals. Analysis
7/31/13 Cleveland Indians changed P Marc Rzepczynski's roster status. Analysis
7/31/13 Cleveland Indians optioned P Vinnie Pestano to Triple-A Columbus (International).
7/31/13 Arizona Diamondbacks outrighted P Nathan Adcock from the 40-man roster.
7/31/13 San Diego Padres traded P Matt Stites to Arizona Diamondbacks. Analysis
7/31/13 Arizona Diamondbacks traded P Ian Kennedy to San Diego Padres. Analysis
7/31/13 San Diego Padres traded P Joe Thatcher to Arizona Diamondbacks. Analysis
7/31/13 Los Angeles Angels selected the contract of 3B Chris Nelson from Triple-A Salt Lake (Pacific Coast).
7/31/13 St. Louis Cardinals called up PH Brock Peterson from Triple-A Memphis (Pacific Coast).
7/31/13 St. Louis Cardinals called up PH Adron Chambers from Triple-A Memphis (Pacific Coast).
7/31/13 St. Louis Cardinals placed PH Shane Robinson on the 15-day disabled list (Right shoulder strain).
7/31/13 St. Louis Cardinals placed C Yadier Molina on the 15-day disabled list (Right knee sprain).
7/31/13 Oakland Athletics designated 1B Adam Rosales for assignment. Analysis
7/31/13 Chicago White Sox called up CF Jordan Danks from Triple-A Charlotte (International).
7/31/13 Los Angeles Angels traded 2B Alberto Callaspo to Oakland Athletics. Analysis

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