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Transactions for October 6, 2009

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10/6/09 Philadelphia Phillies changed C Paul Hoover's roster status.
10/6/09 Colorado Rockies changed P Matt Herges's roster status.
10/6/09 Colorado Rockies changed P Jorge De La Rosa's roster status.
10/6/09 Colorado Rockies changed P Randy Flores's roster status.
10/6/09 Colorado Rockies changed P Joel Peralta's roster status.
10/6/09 Colorado Rockies changed P Juan Rincon's roster status.
10/6/09 Colorado Rockies changed P Esmil Rogers's roster status.
10/6/09 Colorado Rockies changed P Josh Fogg's roster status.
10/6/09 Colorado Rockies changed 2B Mike McCoy's roster status.
10/6/09 Colorado Rockies changed SS Omar Quintanilla's roster status.
10/6/09 Colorado Rockies changed P Jhoulys Chacin's roster status.
10/6/09 Colorado Rockies changed C Paul Phillips's roster status.
10/6/09 Philadelphia Phillies changed P Chan Ho Park's roster status.
10/6/09 Philadelphia Phillies changed PH Andy Tracy's roster status.
10/6/09 Philadelphia Phillies changed SS Eric Bruntlett's roster status.
10/6/09 Philadelphia Phillies changed PH John Mayberry's roster status.
10/6/09 Philadelphia Phillies changed P Clay Condrey's roster status.
10/6/09 Philadelphia Phillies changed P Sergio Escalona's roster status.
10/6/09 Philadelphia Phillies changed P Jamie Moyer's roster status.
10/6/09 Philadelphia Phillies changed P J.C. Romero's roster status.
10/6/09 Philadelphia Phillies changed P Jack Taschner's roster status.
10/6/09 Philadelphia Phillies changed P Tyler Walker's roster status.
10/6/09 Colorado Rockies changed LF Matt Murton's roster status.

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