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Transactions for May 9, 2009

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5/9/09 Houston Astros outrighted 2B Jason Smith from the 40-man roster.
5/9/09 Arizona Diamondbacks placed P Yusmeiro Petit on the 15-day disabled list (Right Shoulder Strain).
5/9/09 Arizona Diamondbacks called up P Bobby Korecky from ().
5/9/09 New York Yankees selected the contract of P Brett Tomko from Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre (International).
5/9/09 New York Yankees optioned P David Robertson to Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre (International).
5/9/09 Chicago Cubs placed 3B Aramis Ramirez on the 15-day disabled list (Dislocated left shoulder).
5/9/09 Oakland Athletics assigned P Santiago Casilla to Advanced-A Stockton (California).
5/9/09 Seattle Mariners placed P Carlos Silva on the 15-day disabled list (Right should inflammation).
5/9/09 Seattle Mariners activated P Brandon Morrow from the 15-day disabled list (Right biceps tendinitis; went on 5/2).
5/9/09 Texas Rangers optioned LF Greg Golson to Triple-A Oklahoma (Pacific Coast).
5/9/09 Texas Rangers called up PH Joaquin Arias from Triple-A Oklahoma (Pacific Coast).
5/9/09 Los Angeles Angels assigned P Ervin Santana to Triple-A Salt Lake (Pacific Coast).
5/9/09 Oakland Athletics selected the contract of 3B Adam Kennedy from Triple-A Sacramento (Pacific Coast).
5/9/09 Oakland Athletics called up P Jeff Gray from Triple-A Sacramento (Pacific Coast).
5/9/09 Oakland Athletics optioned SS Gregorio Petit to Triple-A Sacramento (Pacific Coast).
5/9/09 Oakland Athletics designated RF Ben Copeland for assignment.
5/9/09 New York Yankees designated P Eric Hacker for assignment.

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