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Transactions for May 5, 2009

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5/5/09 New York Mets assigned P Tim Redding to Triple-A Buffalo (International).
5/5/09 Oakland Athletics optioned P Dana Eveland to Triple-A Sacramento (Pacific Coast).
5/5/09 Oakland Athletics activated RF Ben Copeland from the 15-day disabled list (; went on 3/27).
5/5/09 Atlanta Braves optioned LF Brandon Jones to Triple-A Gwinnett (International).
5/5/09 Atlanta Braves activated LF Garret Anderson from the 15-day disabled list (Left quad tightness; went on 4/24).
5/5/09 New York Yankees called up C Francisco Cervelli from Double-A Trenton (Eastern).
5/5/09 New York Yankees placed C Jorge Posada on the 15-day disabled list (Strained right hamstring).
5/5/09 Detroit Tigers called up CF Clete Thomas from Triple-A Toledo (International). Analysis
5/5/09 Detroit Tigers optioned P Clay Rapada to Triple-A Toledo (International). Analysis
5/5/09 Detroit Tigers called up 1B Jeff Larish from Triple-A Toledo (International). Analysis
5/5/09 Detroit Tigers placed SS Carlos Guillen on the 15-day disabled list (Right shoulder inflammation). Analysis
5/5/09 Kansas City Royals assigned P John Bale to Double-A NW Arkansas (Texas).
5/5/09 Los Angeles Angels assigned P John Lackey to Triple-A Salt Lake (Pacific Coast).
5/5/09 Boston Red Sox assigned P Daisuke Matsuzaka to Triple-A Pawtucket (International).
5/5/09 New York Yankees changed C Francisco Cervelli's roster status.

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