MLB Recent Transactions
|10/19||Pedro Ciriaco, 3B||Signed to a Minor League Contract|
|10/29||Evan Meek, P||Outrighted to Minors|
|10/24||Steve Johnson, P||Outrighted to Minors|
|10/29||Ryan Kalish, LF||Outrighted to Minors|
|10/29||James McDonald, P||Removed From 60-Day DL (Right shoulder inflammation)|
|10/29||James McDonald, P||Declared Free Agency|
|10/29||Chris Valaika, 3B||Outrighted to Minors|
|10/29||Josh Vitters, 3B||Outrighted to Minors|
|10/24||Michael Taylor, RF||Refused Minor League Assignment - Free Agent|
|10/29||Johnny Cueto, P||Signed ( 2015)(team option exercised)|
|10/28||Neftali Soto, 1B||Outrighted to Minors|
|10/17||Trevor Bell, P||Removed From 60-Day DL (Right elbow inflammation)|
|10/17||Trevor Bell, P||Outrighted to Minors|
|10/17||Trevor Bell, P||Refused Minor League Assignment - Free Agent|
|10/26||Jesus Guzman, 1B||Signed to Play in Japan (Hiroshima Carp)|
|10/24||Liam Hendriks, P||Designated for Assignment|
|10/24||Moises Sierra, RF||Acquired Off Waivers Chi. White Sox|
|10/29||Tony Campana, CF||Refused Minor League Assignment - Free Agent|
|10/27||Ryan Brasier, P||Removed From 60-Day DL (Right elbow strain)|
|10/27||Ryan Brasier, P||Outrighted to Minors|
|10/27||Tony Campana, CF||Outrighted to Minors|
|10/22||Jackson Williams, C||Acquired Off Waivers Colorado|
|10/27||Luis Jimenez, 3B||Acquired Off Waivers Los Angeles|
|10/27||Kris Johnson, P||Signed to Play in Japan (sold to Hiroshima Carp)|
|10/27||Kris Johnson, P||Cleared Waivers and Became a Free Agent|
|10/23||Kris Johnson, P||Released|
|10/17||Brian Roberts, 2B||Retired|
|10/27||Brad Mills, P||Signed to a Minor League Contract|
|10/27||B.J. Rosenberg, P||Outrighted to Minors|
|10/24||Andres Blanco, SS||Refused Minor League Assignment - Free Agent|
|10/24||Mario Hollands, P||Removed From 60-Day DL (Flexor strain, left elbow)|
|10/24||Cliff Lee, P||Removed From 60-Day DL (Left flexor pronator strain)|
|10/23||Cesar Jimenez, P||Signed ( 2015)(avoids arbitration)|
|10/23||Grady Sizemore, CF||Signed ( 2015)(one-year extension)|
|10/22||John Hester, C||Signed to a Minor League Contract|
|10/21||Jerome Williams, P||Signed ( 2015)(one-year extension)|
|10/17||Andres Blanco, SS||Outrighted to Minors|
|10/24||John Axford, P||Designated for Assignment|
|10/24||Jeanmar Gomez, P||Designated for Assignment|
|10/24||Charlie Morton, P||Removed From 60-Day DL (Sports hernia)|
|10/24||Justin Sellers, SS||Traded Cleveland (for cash considerations)|
|10/23||Josh Stinson, P||Signed to a Minor League Contract|
|10/16||Michael Kohn, P||Signed as Free Agent ( 2014)(one-year contract)|
|10/30||Liam Hendriks, P||Traded Kansas City (for C Santiago Nessy)|
|10/28||Justin Smoak, 1B||Acquired Off Waivers Seattle|
|10/21||Mike Zagurski, P||Signed to Play in Japan (Hiroshima Carp)|
|10/28||Ross Ohlendorf, P||Removed From 60-Day DL (Right lumbar strain)|
|10/28||Ross Ohlendorf, P||Declared Free Agency|
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