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Transactions for November 18, 2013

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11/18/13 St. Louis Cardinals signed C Ed Easley.
11/18/13 Chicago Cubs signed P Paolo Espino.
11/18/13 Los Angeles Dodgers signed SS Brendan Harris.
11/18/13 Oakland Athletics signed 2B Jose Martinez.
11/18/13 Oakland Athletics signed P Fernando Nieve.
11/18/13 Los Angeles Dodgers signed C Alberto Rosario.
11/18/13 Texas Rangers signed LF Jake Smolinski.
11/18/13 Atlanta Braves signed C Jose Yepez.
11/18/13 Washington Nationals changed P Gabriel Alfaro's roster status.
11/18/13 San Diego Padres signed P Anthony Carter.
11/18/13 Colorado Rockies signed P Greg Burke.
11/18/13 Kansas City Royals signed CF Gorkys Hernandez.
11/18/13 Baltimore Orioles signed P Kelvin De La Cruz. Analysis
11/18/13 Tampa Bay Rays P Jeff Niemann filed for free agency. Analysis
11/18/13 San Francisco Giants signed P Tim Hudson. Analysis
11/18/13 Pittsburgh Pirates traded P Kris Johnson to Minnesota Twins. Analysis
11/18/13 Minnesota Twins traded P Duke Welker to Pittsburgh Pirates. Analysis
11/18/13 Los Angeles Dodgers signed SS Brendan Harris.
11/18/13 Los Angeles Dodgers signed P Daniel Moskos.
11/18/13 Los Angeles Dodgers signed PH Clint Robinson.
11/18/13 Chicago White Sox signed 1B Alex Liddi.
11/18/13 Detroit Tigers signed P Jhan Marinez.
11/18/13 Oakland Athletics signed P Deryk Hooker.
11/18/13 Miami Marlins signed P Jesus Sanchez.

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