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6/18/14 Los Angeles Dodgers assigned P Scott Elbert to Rookie Ogden (Pioneer).
6/18/14 Los Angeles Dodgers signed P Vaughn Hayward.
6/17/14 Los Angeles Dodgers signed P Trevor Oaks.
6/17/14 Los Angeles Dodgers signed P Grant Holmes.
6/17/14 Los Angeles Dodgers signed Carson Baranik.
6/16/14 Los Angeles Dodgers signed P Trevor Oaks.
6/16/14 Los Angeles Dodgers signed Jimmy Allen.
6/15/14 Los Angeles Dodgers signed P Harlan Richter.
6/14/14 Los Angeles Dodgers placed PH Chone Figgins on the 15-day disabled list (left quad strain).
6/14/14 Los Angeles Dodgers called up SS Carlos Triunfel from Triple-A Albuquerque (Pacific Coast).
6/14/14 Los Angeles Dodgers signed CF Alex Verdugo.
6/13/14 Los Angeles Dodgers signed RF Colin Hering.
6/13/14 Los Angeles Dodgers activated C A.J. Ellis from the 15-day disabled list (Right ankle sprain; went on 5/26).
6/13/14 Los Angeles Dodgers optioned C Tim Federowicz to Triple-A Albuquerque (Pacific Coast).
6/12/14 Los Angeles Dodgers signed 1B Brian Wolfe.
6/12/14 Los Angeles Dodgers signed CF Devan Ahart.
6/12/14 Los Angeles Dodgers signed SS Ivan Vela.
6/12/14 Los Angeles Dodgers assigned Jimmy Allen to the major league roster.
6/12/14 Los Angeles Dodgers signed P Ryan Taylor.
6/12/14 Los Angeles Dodgers signed Brock Stewart.
6/12/14 Los Angeles Dodgers signed P John Richy.
6/12/14 Los Angeles Dodgers signed P Joe Broussard.
6/12/14 Los Angeles Dodgers signed 2B Angel Sanchez. Analysis
6/12/14 Los Angeles Dodgers signed SS Kelvin Ramos.
6/12/14 Los Angeles Dodgers signed P Joe Broussard.
6/11/14 Los Angeles Dodgers signed P John Richy.
6/11/14 Los Angeles Dodgers signed P Jeff Brigham.
6/11/14 Los Angeles Dodgers signed Brock Stewart.
6/11/14 Los Angeles Dodgers signed 1B Clint Freeman.
6/11/14 Los Angeles Dodgers signed 1B Brian Wolfe.

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