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Transactions for February 26, 2014

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2/26/14 Toronto Blue Jays assigned P Bobby Korecky to the major league roster.
2/26/14 Los Angeles Dodgers assigned P Steve Smith to the major league roster.
2/26/14 Los Angeles Dodgers assigned SS Darnell Sweeney to the major league roster.
2/26/14 Los Angeles Dodgers assigned LF Jeremy Hazelbaker to the major league roster.
2/26/14 Los Angeles Dodgers assigned PH Jamie Romak to the major league roster.
2/26/14 San Francisco Giants signed LF Tyler Colvin.
2/26/14 Philadelphia Phillies assigned P Brody Colvin to the major league roster.
2/26/14 New York Yankees assigned SS Addison Maruszak to the major league roster.
2/26/14 Chicago White Sox designated SS Jake Elmore for assignment. Analysis
2/26/14 Oakland Athletics assigned P Drew Granier to the major league roster.
2/26/14 Oakland Athletics assigned SS Daniel Robertson to the major league roster.
2/26/14 Oakland Athletics assigned CF Billy McKinney to the major league roster.
2/26/14 Toronto Blue Jays assigned P Ian Kadish to the major league roster.
2/26/14 Philadelphia Phillies assigned P Justin Friend to the major league roster.
2/26/14 Philadelphia Phillies assigned P Mike Nesseth to the major league roster.
2/26/14 Philadelphia Phillies assigned P Jay Johnson to the major league roster.
2/26/14 San Diego Padres assigned C Rocky Gale to the major league roster.
2/26/14 Oakland Athletics assigned P Jeff Urlaub to the major league roster.
2/26/14 Oakland Athletics assigned 2B Alden Carrithers to the major league roster.
2/26/14 Oakland Athletics assigned 1B Jake Goebbert to the major league roster.
2/26/14 Chicago White Sox claimed P Maikel Cleto off waivers from Kansas City Royals. Analysis

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