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Transactions for June 7, 2014

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6/7/14 New York Yankees assigned P Shawn Kelley to Double-A Trenton (Eastern).
6/7/14 New York Mets outrighted P Buddy Carlyle from the 40-man roster.
6/7/14 Houston Astros signed P Antonio Almonte.
6/7/14 San Diego Padres signed 3B Leudy Molina.
6/7/14 Philadelphia Phillies signed P Sam McWilliams.
6/7/14 Philadelphia Phillies signed LF Matt Shortall.
6/7/14 Arizona Diamondbacks signed CF Matt Railey.
6/7/14 Pittsburgh Pirates signed 3B Sam Kennelly.
6/7/14 New York Yankees outrighted P Alfredo Aceves from the 40-man roster.
6/7/14 Los Angeles Angels optioned LF Grant Green to Triple-A Salt Lake (Pacific Coast).
6/7/14 Los Angeles Angels called up P Cory Rasmus from Triple-A Salt Lake (Pacific Coast).
6/7/14 Tampa Bay Rays called up P Kirby Yates from Triple-A Durham (International). Analysis
6/7/14 Tampa Bay Rays designated P Josh Lueke for assignment. Analysis
6/7/14 Washington Nationals signed 3B Leudy Molina.
6/7/14 Baltimore Orioles assigned P Tommy Hunter to Class A Delmarva (South Atlantic).
6/7/14 Baltimore Orioles called up P Kevin Gausman from Triple-A Norfolk (International).
6/7/14 Los Angeles Angels signed P Joel Pineiro.
6/7/14 Baltimore Orioles optioned P Tim Berry to Double-A Bowie (Eastern).
6/7/14 Chicago Cubs assigned P Zac Rosscup to Triple-A Iowa (Pacific Coast).
6/7/14 Tampa Bay Rays assigned P Jeremy Hellickson to Advanced-A Charlotte (Florida State).
6/7/14 Tampa Bay Rays assigned C Ryan Hanigan to Advanced-A Charlotte (Florida State).
6/7/14 San Diego Padres activated P Andrew Cashner from the 15-day disabled list (Right Elbow Soreness; went on 5/17).
6/7/14 San Diego Padres designated P Jason Lane for assignment.
6/7/14 Miami Marlins signed RF Stone Garrett.

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