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6/25/14 Arizona Diamondbacks placed C Jordan Pacheco on the 15-day disabled list (Right shoulder tendinitis).
6/25/14 Baltimore Orioles signed P Lucas Long.
6/25/14 Baltimore Orioles signed P Zeke McGranahan.
6/25/14 Baltimore Orioles signed John Means.
6/25/14 Los Angeles Angels signed P Zak Miller.
6/25/14 Oakland Athletics signed C Luis Exposito.
6/25/14 New York Mets signed 2B Dale Burdick.
6/25/14 New York Mets signed P Alex Palsha.
6/25/14 New York Yankees signed Adam Kirsch.
6/25/14 Boston Red Sox signed C Devon Fisher.
6/25/14 Boston Red Sox signed LF Trenton Kemp.
6/25/14 Los Angeles Angels signed Ray Hanson.
6/25/14 Philadelphia Phillies signed 1B Russ Canzler.
6/25/14 Philadelphia Phillies signed RF Juan Avila.
6/25/14 Chicago Cubs signed P James Farris.
6/25/14 Chicago Cubs signed Jeremy Null.
6/25/14 Chicago Cubs signed Jeremy Null.
6/25/14 Chicago Cubs signed P Michael Knighton.
6/25/14 Baltimore Orioles signed P Matt Trowbridge.
6/25/14 Philadelphia Phillies signed P Tanner Kiest.
6/25/14 New York Yankees assigned 2B Jesus Guerra to the major league roster.
6/25/14 Atlanta Braves assigned P Ramon Taveras to the major league roster.
6/25/14 New York Yankees assigned 1B Connor Spencer to the major league roster.
6/25/14 Baltimore Orioles signed SS Jesus De Oleo.
6/25/14 Atlanta Braves optioned P Ryan Buchter to Triple-A Gwinnett (International).
6/25/14 Colorado Rockies placed P Christian Bergman on the 60-day disabled list (Fractured left hand). Analysis
6/25/14 Minnesota Twins optioned CF Aaron Hicks to Double-A New Britain (Eastern).
6/25/14 St. Louis Cardinals optioned SS Pete Kozma to Triple-A Memphis (Pacific Coast).
6/25/14 Miami Marlins placed SS Adeiny Hechavarria on the 15-day disabled list (right triceps strain).
6/25/14 Miami Marlins called up 2B Donovan Solano from Triple-A New Orleans (Pacific Coast).
6/25/14 San Francisco Giants placed CF Angel Pagan on the 15-day disabled list (Strained back).

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