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Transactions for April 24, 2009

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4/24/09 Toronto Blue Jays selected the contract of P Bryan Bullington from Triple-A Las Vegas (Pacific Coast).
4/24/09 Seattle Mariners assigned P Cesar Jimenez to Triple-A Tacoma (Pacific Coast).
4/24/09 Houston Astros assigned P Brian Moehler to Triple-A Round Rock (Pacific Coast).
4/24/09 Oakland Athletics called up PH Jack Hannahan from Triple-A Sacramento (Pacific Coast).
4/24/09 Atlanta Braves called up LF Brandon Jones from Triple-A Gwinnett (International). Analysis
4/24/09 Atlanta Braves placed LF Garret Anderson on the 15-day disabled list (Left quad tightness). Analysis
4/24/09 Boston Red Sox activated RF Jonathan Van Every from the 15-day disabled list (retroactive to March 27, 2009; went on 4/4). Analysis
4/24/09 Miami Marlins optioned P Dave Davidson to Triple-A New Orleans (Pacific Coast).
4/24/09 Miami Marlins claimed P Dave Davidson off waivers from Pittsburgh Pirates.
4/24/09 Minnesota Twins assigned 1B Joe Mauer to Advanced-A Fort Myers (Florida State).
4/24/09 Toronto Blue Jays selected the contract of P Brian Burres from Triple-A Las Vegas (Pacific Coast). Analysis
4/24/09 New York Mets P Nelson Figueroa filed for free agency. Analysis
4/24/09 New York Yankees placed P Chien-Ming Wang on the 15-day disabled list (Weakness in the adductor muscles of both hips).

Ben Lindbergh was the Editor-in-Chief of Baseball Prospectus from 2012 to 2014. He now writes for Grantland, has written for four BP annuals and Extra Innings: More Baseball Between the Numbers, and served as assistant editor of Baseball Prospectus 2011 and editor of the two-volume Best of Baseball Prospectus collection. He formerly worked as a baseball analyst for Bloomberg Sports, and has interned for multiple MLB teams. He was inducted into the Baseball Writers' Association of America in December of 2011.

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