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Transactions for April 28, 2014

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4/28/14 St. Louis Cardinals called up PH Greg Garcia from Triple-A Memphis (Pacific Coast).
4/28/14 Los Angeles Dodgers optioned SS Carlos Triunfel to Triple-A Albuquerque (Pacific Coast).
4/28/14 San Diego Padres outrighted RF Alex Castellanos from the 40-man roster.
4/28/14 Toronto Blue Jays optioned 2B Ryan Goins to Triple-A Buffalo (International).
4/28/14 Houston Astros traded P Lucas Harrell to Arizona Diamondbacks.
4/28/14 Arizona Diamondbacks traded OF Michael Jordan to Houston Astros.
4/28/14 San Diego Padres placed 2B Jedd Gyorko on the paternity leave list.
4/28/14 San Diego Padres called up 1B Tommy Medica from ().
4/28/14 New York Mets assigned CF Juan Lagares to Triple-A Las Vegas (Pacific Coast).
4/28/14 Los Angeles Angels signed 1B Dennis Raben.
4/28/14 Cincinnati Reds assigned LF Skip Schumaker to Triple-A Louisville (International).
4/28/14 Milwaukee Brewers assigned RF Logan Schafer to Advanced-A Brevard County (Florida State).
4/28/14 St. Louis Cardinals optioned 2B Kolten Wong to Triple-A Memphis (Pacific Coast).
4/28/14 St. Louis Cardinals optioned PH Shane Robinson to Triple-A Memphis (Pacific Coast).
4/28/14 St. Louis Cardinals called up RF Randal Grichuk from Triple-A Memphis (Pacific Coast).
4/28/14 Washington Nationals optioned P Taylor Jordan to Triple-A Syracuse (International).

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