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Transactions for April 10, 2014

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4/10/14 Minnesota Twins selected the contract of RF Darin Mastroianni from Triple-A Rochester (International).
4/10/14 Tampa Bay Rays optioned P Jeff Beliveau to Triple-A Durham (International). Analysis
4/10/14 Kansas City Royals traded CF Gorkys Hernandez to Chicago White Sox.
4/10/14 Chicago White Sox traded OF Michael Jordan to Kansas City Royals.
4/10/14 Kansas City Royals outrighted 2B Pedro Ciriaco from the 40-man roster.
4/10/14 Cleveland Indians assigned CF Michael Bourn to Double-A Akron (Eastern).
4/10/14 Chicago White Sox called up CF Jordan Danks from Triple-A Charlotte (International).
4/10/14 Chicago White Sox placed RF Avisail Garcia on the 15-day disabled list (Torn labrum in his left shoulder).
4/10/14 Toronto Blue Jays assigned P J.A. Happ to Triple-A Buffalo (International).
4/10/14 Cleveland Indians called up SS Justin Sellers from Triple-A Columbus (International).
4/10/14 Cleveland Indians optioned P Trevor Bauer to Triple-A Columbus (International).
4/10/14 Cleveland Indians placed 3B Lonnie Chisenhall on the paternity leave list.
4/10/14 San Francisco Giants assigned P Jeremy Affeldt to Advanced-A San Jose (California).
4/10/14 San Diego Padres optioned P Bobby LaFromboise to ().
4/10/14 Washington Nationals signed P Paolo Espino.

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