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Transactions for February 6, 2014

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2/6/14 Los Angeles Dodgers assigned P Carlos Frias to the major league roster.
2/6/14 Miami Marlins signed P Chaz Roe.
2/6/14 San Diego Padres signed P Josh Geer.
2/6/14 Texas Rangers signed P Jason Knapp.
2/6/14 Baltimore Orioles signed 1B Henry Wrigley.
2/6/14 Minnesota Twins signed P Todd Van Steensel.
2/6/14 Minnesota Twins signed PH Brad Nelson.
2/6/14 New York Mets signed 1B Chris Garcia.
2/6/14 Toronto Blue Jays signed 1B Ryan Scoma.
2/6/14 St. Louis Cardinals signed P Pat Neshek. Analysis
2/6/14 Houston Astros designated 1B Brett Wallace for assignment.
2/6/14 Houston Astros signed P Jerome Williams. Analysis
2/6/14 Los Angeles Dodgers assigned C Gorman Erickson to the major league roster.
2/6/14 Los Angeles Dodgers assigned P Zach Lee to the major league roster.
2/6/14 Los Angeles Dodgers assigned C Christopher O'Brien to the major league roster.
2/6/14 Los Angeles Dodgers assigned P Red Patterson to the major league roster.
2/6/14 Los Angeles Dodgers assigned P Chris Reed to the major league roster.
2/6/14 Los Angeles Dodgers assigned CF Joc Pederson to the major league roster.
2/6/14 Los Angeles Dodgers assigned SS Miguel Rojas to the major league roster.
2/6/14 Los Angeles Dodgers assigned Ross Stripling to the major league roster.
2/6/14 Los Angeles Dodgers signed 3B Justin Turner.
2/6/14 Tampa Bay Rays signed DH Wilson Betemit.

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