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Transactions for April 5, 2014

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4/5/14 Toronto Blue Jays called up P Chad Jenkins from Triple-A Buffalo (International).
4/5/14 Los Angeles Angels assigned P Dane De La Rosa to Double-A Arkansas (Texas).
4/5/14 Chicago Cubs assigned P Jake Arrieta to Double-A Tennessee (Southern).
4/5/14 San Francisco Giants assigned RF Javier Herrera to Triple-A Fresno (Pacific Coast).
4/5/14 Los Angeles Dodgers assigned P Brian Wilson to Advanced-A Rancho Cucamonga (California).
4/5/14 Houston Astros outrighted P Chia-Jen Lo from the 40-man roster.
4/5/14 Miami Marlins signed P Micah Owings.
4/5/14 Los Angeles Dodgers signed P Nicholas Struck.
4/5/14 Arizona Diamondbacks signed P Justin Fitzgerald.
4/5/14 Oakland Athletics assigned CF Craig Gentry to Advanced-A Stockton (California).
4/5/14 Toronto Blue Jays assigned P J.A. Happ to Advanced-A Dunedin (Florida State).
4/5/14 Texas Rangers C Chris Gimenez filed for free agency.
4/5/14 Toronto Blue Jays designated P Jeremy Jeffress for assignment. Analysis
4/5/14 Toronto Blue Jays selected the contract of P Marcus Walden from Triple-A Buffalo (International). Analysis
4/5/14 New York Yankees placed 1B Mark Teixeira on the 15-day disabled list (right hamstring strain).
4/5/14 New York Yankees called up C Austin Romine from Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre (International).
4/5/14 Kansas City Royals selected the contract of P Aaron Brooks from Triple-A Omaha (Pacific Coast).
4/5/14 Kansas City Royals designated 2B Pedro Ciriaco for assignment.
4/5/14 Texas Rangers selected the contract of P Nick Martinez from Double-A Frisco (Texas).
4/5/14 Texas Rangers optioned P Daniel McCutchen to Double-A Frisco (Texas).
4/5/14 Los Angeles Dodgers signed P Erick Threets.

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