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Transactions for June 15, 2014

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6/15/14 Chicago White Sox signed Zachary Fish.
6/15/14 Chicago White Sox signed CF Chevy Clarke.
6/15/14 Arizona Diamondbacks signed OF Marcus Wilson.
6/15/14 Colorado Rockies signed Nathaniel Causey.
6/15/14 Texas Rangers signed Wesley Benjamin.
6/15/14 Toronto Blue Jays signed Austin Davis.
6/15/14 Arizona Diamondbacks signed Larry Pardo.
6/15/14 Pittsburgh Pirates traded P Blake Taylor to New York Mets.
6/15/14 St. Louis Cardinals optioned RF Randal Grichuk to Triple-A Memphis (Pacific Coast).
6/15/14 St. Louis Cardinals selected the contract of P Nick Greenwood from Triple-A Memphis (Pacific Coast).
6/15/14 Houston Astros placed P Josh Fields on the 15-day disabled list (Soreness in right forearm).
6/15/14 Houston Astros called up P Paul Clemens from Triple-A Oklahoma (Pacific Coast). Analysis
6/15/14 Pittsburgh Pirates optioned PH Michael Martinez to Triple-A Indianapolis (International). Analysis
6/15/14 Pittsburgh Pirates selected the contract of P Vance Worley from Triple-A Indianapolis (International). Analysis
6/15/14 Detroit Tigers optioned P Corey Knebel to Triple-A Toledo (International).
6/15/14 Detroit Tigers selected the contract of P Blaine Hardy from Triple-A Toledo (International).
6/15/14 San Diego Padres placed P Nick Vincent on the 15-day disabled list (Right shoulder fatigue).
6/15/14 San Diego Padres selected the contract of P Blaine Boyer
6/15/14 Minnesota Twins called up SS Pedro Florimon from Triple-A Rochester (International).
6/15/14 Miami Marlins called up P Sam Dyson from Triple-A New Orleans (Pacific Coast).
6/15/14 Miami Marlins placed P Nathan Eovaldi on the paternity leave list.
6/15/14 Los Angeles Angels placed P Fernando Salas on the 15-day disabled list (right shoulder inflamation).
6/15/14 Los Angeles Angels called up P Dane De La Rosa from Triple-A Salt Lake (Pacific Coast).

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