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6/18/14 San Diego Padres signed LF Joseph Epperson.
6/16/14 San Diego Padres signed P Taylor Aikenhead.
6/15/14 San Diego Padres selected the contract of P Blaine Boyer
6/15/14 San Diego Padres placed P Nick Vincent on the 15-day disabled list (Right shoulder fatigue).
6/14/14 San Diego Padres called up P Jesse Hahn from Double-A San Antonio (Texas).
6/14/14 San Diego Padres placed P Troy Patton on the 15-day disabled list (Left shoulder soreness).
6/14/14 San Diego Padres signed P Ryan Butler.
6/13/14 San Diego Padres signed Trea Turner.
6/13/14 San Diego Padres signed CF Michael Gettys.
6/13/14 San Diego Padres signed Zechariah Lemond.
6/13/14 San Diego Padres signed LF Yale Rosen.
6/13/14 San Diego Padres signed P Logan Jernigan.
6/13/14 San Diego Padres signed P Taylor Cox.
6/13/14 San Diego Padres signed P T.J. Weir.
6/13/14 San Diego Padres signed P Maxwell MacNabb.
6/13/14 San Diego Padres signed P Tyler Wilson.
6/13/14 San Diego Padres signed P Danny Wissmann.
6/13/14 San Diego Padres signed P Jason Jester.
6/13/14 San Diego Padres signed P Colby Blueberg.
6/13/14 San Diego Padres signed Travis Radke.
6/13/14 San Diego Padres signed C Michael Fitzgerald.
6/13/14 San Diego Padres signed Mitchell Morales.
6/13/14 San Diego Padres signed P Ryan Atwood.
6/13/14 San Diego Padres signed P Tyler Wood.
6/11/14 San Diego Padres signed P Aaron Cressley.
6/11/14 San Diego Padres signed P Thomas Dorminy.
6/11/14 San Diego Padres signed P Chris Huffman.
6/11/14 San Diego Padres signed P Seth Lucio.
6/10/14 San Diego Padres outrighted P Jason Lane from the 40-man roster.
6/7/14 San Diego Padres activated P Andrew Cashner from the 15-day disabled list (Right Elbow Soreness; went on 5/17).

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