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Transactions for July 5, 2009

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7/5/09 Miami Marlins signed P Brendan Donnelly.
7/5/09 San Diego Padres designated P Edwin Moreno for assignment.
7/5/09 Los Angeles Dodgers assigned P Brandon Martinez to Rookie AZL (Arizona).
7/5/09 Los Angeles Dodgers assigned 1B J.T. Wise to Rookie Ogden (Pioneer).
7/5/09 Toronto Blue Jays signed P Ryan Tepera.
7/5/09 Colorado Rockies signed 2B Juan Ciriaco.
7/5/09 Arizona Diamondbacks signed P Bryan Escanio.
7/5/09 Chicago Cubs signed P Trey McNutt.
7/5/09 Boston Red Sox placed 1B Jeff Bailey on the 15-day disabled list ().
7/5/09 Detroit Tigers signed P Michael Morrison.
7/5/09 Los Angeles Dodgers called up PH Blake DeWitt from Triple-A Albuquerque (Pacific Coast).
7/5/09 Los Angeles Dodgers placed P Eric Milton on the 15-day disabled list (Strained back).
7/5/09 Miami Marlins changed P Chris Leroux's roster status.
7/5/09 New York Yankees placed P Chien-Ming Wang on the 15-day disabled list ().
7/5/09 New York Yankees called up P Jonathan Albaladejo from Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre (International).
7/5/09 Philadelphia Phillies activated P Scott Eyre from the 15-day disabled list (Left calf strain; went on 6/12).
7/5/09 Philadelphia Phillies optioned P Sergio Escalona to Triple-A Lehigh Valley (International).
7/5/09 Los Angeles Angels called up LF Reggie Willits from Triple-A Salt Lake (Pacific Coast).
7/5/09 Los Angeles Angels optioned P Sean O'Sullivan to Triple-A Salt Lake (Pacific Coast).
7/5/09 San Diego Padres placed C Henry Blanco on the 15-day disabled list (Strained right hamstring).
7/5/09 San Diego Padres selected the contract of C Jose Lobaton from Triple-A Portland (Pacific Coast).
7/5/09 Arizona Diamondbacks signed 3B Jose Dicent.

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