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6/19/14 Los Angeles Angels signed P Tyler Watson.
6/19/14 Arizona Diamondbacks signed C Tyler Clark.
6/18/14 Minnesota Twins signed 3B Tyler Mautner.
6/18/14 Washington Nationals signed Tyler Mapes.
6/18/14 St. Louis Cardinals changed P Tyler Lyons's roster status.
6/18/14 St. Louis Cardinals optioned P Tyler Lyons to Triple-A Memphis (Pacific Coast).
6/17/14 Detroit Tigers signed P Tyler Ford.
6/16/14 Miami Marlins signed P Tyler Kolek.
6/15/14 Arizona Diamondbacks signed 3B Tyler Humphreys.
6/15/14 Arizona Diamondbacks signed P Tyler Bolton.
6/14/14 St. Louis Cardinals signed P Tyler Bray.
6/14/14 St. Louis Cardinals assigned P Tyler Lyons to Triple-A Memphis (Pacific Coast).
6/13/14 San Diego Padres signed P Tyler Wood.
6/13/14 San Diego Padres signed P Tyler Wilson.
6/13/14 San Diego Padres signed CF Michael Gettys.
6/13/14 Cincinnati Reds signed P Ty Sterner.
6/13/14 Los Angeles Angels signed P Tyler Carpenter.
6/13/14 Los Angeles Angels signed CF Tyler Palmer.
6/12/14 New York Yankees signed 2B Ty McFarland.
6/12/14 Seattle Mariners signed P Tyler Herb.
6/12/14 Toronto Blue Jays signed Dusty Isaacs.
6/11/14 Pittsburgh Pirates signed P Tyler Eppler.
6/11/14 Arizona Diamondbacks signed Tyler Baker.
6/11/14 Colorado Rockies called up P Tyler Matzek from Triple-A Colorado Springs (Pacific Coast).
6/11/14 Pittsburgh Pirates signed SS Tyler Filliben.
6/11/14 Oakland Athletics assigned P Eric O'Flaherty to Triple-A Sacramento (Pacific Coast).
6/11/14 New York Mets signed C Tyler Moore.
6/10/14 Los Angeles Angels placed P Tyler Skaggs on the 15-day disabled list (Right hamstring strain).
6/10/14 St. Louis Cardinals signed P Tyler Dunnington.
6/10/14 Los Angeles Dodgers signed 2B Tyler Wampler.

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