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Transactions for September 14, 2009

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9/14/09 Philadelphia Phillies optioned P Andrew Carpenter to Class A Lakewood (South Atlantic).
9/14/09 Los Angeles Dodgers called up SS Chin-lung Hu from Triple-A Albuquerque (Pacific Coast).
9/14/09 Los Angeles Dodgers called up PH Blake DeWitt from Triple-A Albuquerque (Pacific Coast).
9/14/09 Washington Nationals outrighted DH Luke Montz from the 40-man roster.
9/14/09 Chicago Cubs placed RF Alfonso Soriano on the 15-day disabled list (Recovering from left knee surgery).
9/14/09 San Diego Padres called up P Ernesto Frieri from Double-A San Antonio (Texas).
9/14/09 San Diego Padres called up CF Luis Durango from Double-A San Antonio (Texas).
9/14/09 New York Yankees designated P Anthony Claggett for assignment.
9/14/09 New York Yankees selected the contract of CF Freddy Guzman from Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre (International).
9/14/09 Cincinnati Reds activated RF Jay Bruce from the 15-day disabled list (Broken right wrist; went on 7/12).
9/14/09 Cincinnati Reds called up 3B Juan Francisco from Triple-A Louisville (International).
9/14/09 Cleveland Indians placed P Joe Smith on the 15-day disabled list (Sprained left knee).
9/14/09 Los Angeles Dodgers activated P Guillermo Mota from the 15-day disabled list (Ingrown Toe nail; went on 8/31).

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