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Transactions for February 4, 2014

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2/4/14 Colorado Rockies assigned P Christian Bergman to the major league roster.
2/4/14 Oakland Athletics assigned C Bruce Maxwell to the major league roster.
2/4/14 Oakland Athletics assigned SS Darwin Perez to the major league roster.
2/4/14 Oakland Athletics assigned SS Addison Russell to the major league roster.
2/4/14 Washington Nationals signed C Koyie Hill.
2/4/14 Philadelphia Phillies signed SS Brian Bixler.
2/4/14 Baltimore Orioles signed P Roy Merritt.
2/4/14 Baltimore Orioles signed C Shawn McGill.
2/4/14 Minnesota Twins signed 2B Tony Thomas.
2/4/14 Toronto Blue Jays signed C Yusuf Carter.
2/4/14 Oakland Athletics signed CF Sam Fuld. Analysis
2/4/14 Colorado Rockies assigned P Eddie Butler to the major league roster.
2/4/14 Colorado Rockies assigned 1B Ben Paulsen to the major league roster.
2/4/14 Colorado Rockies assigned C Ryan Casteel to the major league roster.
2/4/14 Colorado Rockies signed P Manny Corpas.
2/4/14 Colorado Rockies assigned C Dustin Garneau to the major league roster.
2/4/14 Colorado Rockies assigned P Jonathan Gray to the major league roster.
2/4/14 Colorado Rockies signed 3B Paul Janish.
2/4/14 Colorado Rockies signed P Nick Masset.
2/4/14 Colorado Rockies assigned C Tom Murphy to the major league roster.
2/4/14 Colorado Rockies assigned 2B Angelys Nina to the major league roster.
2/4/14 Colorado Rockies assigned P Scott Oberg to the major league roster.

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