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Transactions for December 20, 2013

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12/20/13 Cincinnati Reds assigned P Jose Diaz to the major league roster.
12/20/13 Miami Marlins signed LF Joe Benson.
12/20/13 Baltimore Orioles signed PH Xavier Paul.
12/20/13 Miami Marlins signed P Craig Westcott.
12/20/13 Miami Marlins signed 2B Jordany Valdespin.
12/20/13 Milwaukee Brewers signed C Milan Post.
12/20/13 Washington Nationals signed C Chris Snyder.
12/20/13 Atlanta Braves signed P Lay Batista.
12/20/13 Cincinnati Reds signed CF Dario Saunders.
12/20/13 Chicago White Sox signed P Omar Poveda.
12/20/13 Chicago Cubs signed 3B Ryan Roberts.
12/20/13 Philadelphia Phillies outrighted C Sebastian Valle from the 40-man roster.
12/20/13 Cincinnati Reds assigned 2B Kris Negron to the major league roster.
12/20/13 Oakland Athletics claimed C Chris Gimenez off waivers from Tampa Bay Rays.
12/20/13 Arizona Diamondbacks signed PH Eric Chavez.
12/20/13 Oakland Athletics released P Pedro Figueroa.
12/20/13 Texas Rangers signed P Ryan Feierabend.
12/20/13 Texas Rangers signed LF Kensuke Tanaka.
12/20/13 Texas Rangers signed P Daniel McCutchen.
12/20/13 Miami Marlins outrighted PH Kyle Skipworth from the 40-man roster.
12/20/13 Baltimore Orioles placed P Troy Patton on the restricted list
12/20/13 Los Angeles Dodgers signed P J.P. Howell. Analysis

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