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Transactions for May 25, 2009

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5/25/09 Milwaukee Brewers selected the contract of LF Frank Catalanotto from Double-A Huntsville (Southern).
5/25/09 Los Angeles Angels optioned LF Reggie Willits to Triple-A Salt Lake (Pacific Coast).
5/25/09 Los Angeles Angels activated DH Vladimir Guerrero from the 15-day disabled list (Torn right pectoral muscle; went on 4/17).
5/25/09 Tampa Bay Rays placed 2B Akinori Iwamura on the 15-day disabled list (Torn ACL in left knee). Analysis
5/25/09 Tampa Bay Rays placed CF Fernando Perez on the 60-day disabled list (to the 60-Day disabled list). Analysis
5/25/09 Tampa Bay Rays placed P Brian Shouse on the 15-day disabled list (Left elbow strain). Analysis
5/25/09 Tampa Bay Rays selected the contract of P Randy Choate from Triple-A Durham (International). Analysis
5/25/09 Tampa Bay Rays called up P David Price from Triple-A Durham (International).
5/25/09 Miami Marlins called up P Cristhian Martinez from Double-A Jacksonville (Southern).
5/25/09 Washington Nationals assigned C Jesus Flores to Double-A Harrisburg (Eastern).
5/25/09 Colorado Rockies signed P Juan Rincon. Analysis
5/25/09 Toronto Blue Jays called up P Ricky Romero from Triple-A Las Vegas (Pacific Coast).
5/25/09 Colorado Rockies designated P Matt Belisle for assignment.
5/25/09 Colorado Rockies selected the contract of P Josh Fogg from Triple-A Colorado Springs (Pacific Coast).
5/25/09 Baltimore Orioles assigned DH Luke Scott to Class A Delmarva (South Atlantic). Analysis
5/25/09 Milwaukee Brewers optioned P R.J. Swindle to Triple-A Nashville (Pacific Coast).
5/25/09 Washington Nationals assigned P Logan Kensing to Triple-A Syracuse (International).

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