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6/12/14 Los Angeles Dodgers signed SS Ivan Vela.
6/12/14 Los Angeles Dodgers signed CF Devan Ahart.
6/12/14 Los Angeles Dodgers signed 1B Brian Wolfe.
6/12/14 Baltimore Orioles signed Jay Gonzalez.
6/12/14 Baltimore Orioles signed Stephen Wilkerson.
6/12/14 Houston Astros signed RF Ryan Bottger.
6/12/14 Houston Astros assigned 2B Nick Tanielu to the major league roster.
6/12/14 Houston Astros signed 2B Alex Hernandez.
6/12/14 Colorado Rockies signed 2B Sam Bumpers.
6/12/14 Colorado Rockies signed Drew Weeks.
6/12/14 Colorado Rockies signed Richard Prigatano.
6/12/14 Los Angeles Dodgers signed Brock Stewart.
6/12/14 Los Angeles Dodgers signed P Ryan Taylor.
6/12/14 Los Angeles Dodgers assigned Jimmy Allen to the major league roster.
6/12/14 Colorado Rockies signed P Josh Michalec.
6/12/14 Colorado Rockies signed P Dylan Thompson.
6/12/14 Colorado Rockies signed P Jerry Vasto.
6/12/14 Colorado Rockies signed C Jordan Parris.
6/12/14 Colorado Rockies signed 3B Shane Hoelscher.
6/12/14 Houston Astros signed C Jamie Ritchie.
6/12/14 Seattle Mariners signed P Tyler Herb.
6/12/14 Seattle Mariners signed P Pat Peterson.
6/12/14 Seattle Mariners signed Jarrett Brown.
6/12/14 Seattle Mariners signed 3B Jay Baum.
6/12/14 Seattle Mariners signed P Rohn Pierce.
6/12/14 traded C Jake Fox to Philadelphia Phillies.
6/12/14 Pittsburgh Pirates signed P Luis Paula.
6/12/14 Pittsburgh Pirates signed P Jess Amedee.
6/12/14 Seattle Mariners signed C James Alfonso.

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