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Transactions for January 6, 2014

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1/6/14 Pittsburgh Pirates signed LF Chris Dickerson.
1/6/14 Washington Nationals signed P Ryan Tatusko.
1/6/14 San Francisco Giants signed P Juan Gutierrez.
1/6/14 Chicago White Sox released P Jairo Asencio.
1/6/14 Los Angeles Angels signed P Anderson Montilla.
1/6/14 Toronto Blue Jays signed P Hansel Rodriguez.
1/6/14 Colorado Rockies signed CF Manuel Melendez.
1/6/14 San Diego Padres signed P Eisler Cordova.
1/6/14 Minnesota Twins signed 2B Eric Farris.
1/6/14 Chicago White Sox signed 1B Christian Marrero.
1/6/14 Chicago White Sox signed P Scott Carroll.
1/6/14 Pittsburgh Pirates assigned P Jameson Taillon to the major league roster.
1/6/14 Tampa Bay Rays signed 3B James Darnell.
1/6/14 Tampa Bay Rays signed 3B Ray Olmedo.
1/6/14 Seattle Mariners signed C Humberto Quintero.
1/6/14 St. Louis Cardinals claimed CF Rafael Ortega off waivers from Texas Rangers. Analysis
1/6/14 New York Mets signed C Taylor Teagarden. Analysis
1/6/14 Cleveland Indians signed P Scott Atchison. Analysis
1/6/14 Cleveland Indians signed RF Jeff Francoeur. Analysis
1/6/14 San Diego Padres outrighted P Adys Portillo from the 40-man roster.
1/6/14 Colorado Rockies signed P Richard Castillo.
1/6/14 New York Mets signed P Jeremy Hefner.
1/6/14 San Diego Padres signed P Zach Braddock.
1/6/14 Texas Rangers signed P Juan Taveras.

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