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Transactions for May 7, 2009

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5/7/09 Miami Marlins optioned P Graham Taylor to Double-A Jacksonville (Southern).
5/7/09 St. Louis Cardinals placed RF Rick Ankiel on the 15-day disabled list (Bruised right shoulder).
5/7/09 New York Mets placed P Oliver Perez on the 15-day disabled list (Right knee tendinitis).
5/7/09 Toronto Blue Jays assigned P B.J. Ryan to Advanced-A Dunedin (Florida State).
5/7/09 Washington Nationals designated P Mike Hinckley for assignment.
5/7/09 Washington Nationals selected the contract of P Ron Villone from Triple-A Syracuse (International).
5/7/09 Boston Red Sox optioned RF Jonathan Van Every to Triple-A Pawtucket (International).
5/7/09 Boston Red Sox activated CF Rocco Baldelli from the 15-day disabled list (Tight left hamstring; went on 4/21).
5/7/09 Los Angeles Dodgers called up PH Xavier Paul from Triple-A Albuquerque (Pacific Coast).
5/7/09 Los Angeles Dodgers placed DH Manny Ramirez on the restricted list
5/7/09 St. Louis Cardinals selected the contract of PH Shane Robinson from Triple-A Memphis (Pacific Coast).
5/7/09 Cleveland Indians called up P Jeremy Sowers from Triple-A Columbus (International). Analysis
5/7/09 Cleveland Indians designated P Vinnie Chulk for assignment.
5/7/09 New York Mets called up P Jon Niese from Triple-A Buffalo (International).
5/7/09 Cleveland Indians outrighted 2B Tony Graffanino from the 40-man roster. Analysis
5/7/09 Toronto Blue Jays outrighted P Bryan Bullington from the 40-man roster.
5/7/09 Miami Marlins called up P Carlos Martinez from Triple-A New Orleans (Pacific Coast).
5/7/09 Texas Rangers placed P Frank Francisco on the 15-day disabled list ().

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