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7/5/14 Chicago Cubs assigned P Austyn Willis to the major league roster.
7/5/14 Chicago Cubs signed P Austyn Willis.
7/1/14 Chicago Cubs assigned P Jordan Brink to the major league roster.
7/1/14 Chicago Cubs signed P Jordan Brink.
6/29/14 Chicago Cubs optioned P Dallas Beeler to Triple-A Iowa (Pacific Coast). Analysis
6/28/14 Chicago Cubs called up P Dallas Beeler from Triple-A Iowa (Pacific Coast). Analysis
6/28/14 Chicago Cubs signed LF Kevonte Mitchell.
6/27/14 Chicago Cubs signed 2B Chesny Young.
6/26/14 Chicago Cubs assigned 3B Joe Martarano to the major league roster.
6/26/14 Chicago Cubs assigned 3B Joe Martarano to the major league roster.
6/26/14 Chicago Cubs assigned 2B Andrew Ely to the major league roster.
6/26/14 Chicago Cubs signed 2B Andrew Ely.
6/26/14 Chicago Cubs signed 3B Joe Martarano.
6/25/14 Chicago Cubs signed LF Mark Zagunis.
6/25/14 Chicago Cubs outrighted C Eli Whiteside from the 40-man roster.
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.
6/22/14 Chicago Cubs activated C Welington Castillo from the 15-day disabled list (Left rib cage inflammation; went on 6/3).
6/22/14 Chicago Cubs designated C Eli Whiteside for assignment.
6/22/14 Chicago Cubs selected the contract of P Tsuyoshi Wada from Triple-A Iowa (Pacific Coast).
6/22/14 Chicago Cubs optioned P Tsuyoshi Wada to Triple-A Iowa (Pacific Coast).
6/22/14 Chicago Cubs signed SS Jason Vosler.
6/21/14 Chicago Cubs signed P Ryan Williams.
6/20/14 Chicago Cubs signed P Brad Markey.
6/20/14 Chicago Cubs signed P Zach Hedges.
6/20/14 Chicago Cubs signed Carson Sands.
6/20/14 Chicago Cubs signed Tyler Pearson.
6/20/14 Chicago Cubs signed LF Calvin Graves.
6/19/14 Chicago Cubs signed P Jake Stinnett.

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