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Transactions for May 2, 2009

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5/2/09 Boston Red Sox assigned PH Mark Kotsay to Triple-A Pawtucket (International).
5/2/09 Oakland Athletics placed P Santiago Casilla on the 15-day disabled list (Sprained right knee).
5/2/09 Los Angeles Dodgers called up P Brent Leach from Double-A Chattanooga (Southern).
5/2/09 Seattle Mariners selected the contract of P Dennis Stark from Triple-A Tacoma (Pacific Coast).
5/2/09 Seattle Mariners placed P Brandon Morrow on the 15-day disabled list (Right biceps tendinitis).
5/2/09 Oakland Athletics called up P Gio Gonzalez from Triple-A Sacramento (Pacific Coast).
5/2/09 Oakland Athletics assigned RF Ben Copeland to Advanced-A Stockton (California).
5/2/09 Los Angeles Dodgers placed P Hong-Chih Kuo on the 15-day disabled list (Sore left elbow).
5/2/09 Philadelphia Phillies activated C Carlos Ruiz from the 15-day disabled list (; went on 7/31).
5/2/09 Philadelphia Phillies optioned C Lou Marson to Triple-A Lehigh Valley (International).
5/2/09 Cleveland Indians designated 2B Tony Graffanino for assignment. Analysis
5/2/09 Cleveland Indians optioned RF Trevor Crowe to Triple-A Columbus (International). Analysis
5/2/09 Cleveland Indians placed P Joe Smith on the 15-day disabled list (Right rotator cuff strain).
5/2/09 Cleveland Indians selected the contract of 1B Matt LaPorta from Triple-A Columbus (International). Analysis
5/2/09 Cleveland Indians called up 3B Luis Valbuena from Triple-A Columbus (International). Analysis
5/2/09 Cleveland Indians called up 2B Josh Barfield from Triple-A Columbus (International). Analysis
5/2/09 Baltimore Orioles placed P Dennis Sarfate on the 15-day disabled list (Right middle finger injury).

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