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3/25/14 Baltimore Orioles outrighted P Kelvin De La Cruz from the 40-man roster. Analysis
3/22/14 Baltimore Orioles designated P Kelvin De La Cruz for assignment. Analysis
11/18/13 Baltimore Orioles signed P Kelvin De La Cruz. Analysis
11/13/12 Los Angeles Dodgers signed P Kelvin De La Cruz.
7/26/12 Detroit Tigers outrighted P Kelvin De La Cruz from the 40-man roster.
7/23/12 Detroit Tigers designated P Kelvin De La Cruz for assignment.
3/23/12 Detroit Tigers optioned P Kelvin De La Cruz to Double-A Erie (Eastern).
3/23/12 Detroit Tigers claimed P Kelvin De La Cruz off waivers from Cleveland Indians.
3/21/12 Cleveland Indians designated P Kelvin De La Cruz for assignment.
3/16/12 Cleveland Indians optioned P Kelvin De La Cruz to Double-A Akron (Eastern).
3/15/12 Texas Rangers traded P Kelvin De La Cruz to Cleveland Indians.
2/21/12 Cleveland Indians traded P Kelvin De La Cruz to Texas Rangers. Analysis
2/13/12 Cleveland Indians designated P Kelvin De La Cruz for assignment.
10/1/11 Cleveland Indians changed P Kelvin De La Cruz's roster status.
3/11/11 Cleveland Indians optioned P Kelvin De La Cruz to Double-A Akron (Eastern). Analysis
10/13/10 Cleveland Indians changed P Kelvin De La Cruz's roster status.
3/15/10 Cleveland Indians optioned P Kelvin De La Cruz to Double-A Akron (Eastern).
11/20/09 Cleveland Indians selected the contract of P Kelvin De La Cruz from Short-Season Mahoning Valley (New York-Penn).

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