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Transactions for October 8, 2009

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10/8/09 Boston Red Sox changed P Manny Delcarmen's roster status.
10/8/09 Los Angeles Angels changed P Jose Arredondo's roster status.
10/8/09 Los Angeles Angels changed P Trevor Bell's roster status.
10/8/09 Los Angeles Angels changed P Sean O'Sullivan's roster status.
10/8/09 Los Angeles Angels changed P Rafael Rodriguez's roster status.
10/8/09 Los Angeles Angels changed P Rich Thompson's roster status.
10/8/09 San Diego Padres waived P Cha Seung Baek.
10/8/09 San Diego Padres waived P Shawn Hill.
10/8/09 San Diego Padres waived LF Cliff Floyd.
10/8/09 San Diego Padres selected the contract of P Frankie De La Cruz from Triple-A Portland (Pacific Coast).
10/8/09 Oakland Athletics outrighted P Kevin Cameron from the 40-man roster.
10/8/09 Oakland Athletics outrighted P Edgar Gonzalez from the 40-man roster.
10/8/09 Los Angeles Angels changed 2B Freddy Sandoval's roster status.
10/8/09 Los Angeles Angels changed 3B Brandon Wood's roster status.
10/8/09 Los Angeles Angels changed CF Terry Evans's roster status.
10/8/09 Boston Red Sox changed P Michael Bowden's roster status.
10/8/09 Boston Red Sox changed P Fernando Cabrera's roster status.
10/8/09 Boston Red Sox changed P Hunter Jones's roster status.
10/8/09 Boston Red Sox changed P Dustin Richardson's roster status.
10/8/09 Boston Red Sox changed C George Kottaras's roster status.
10/8/09 Boston Red Sox changed SS Nick Green's roster status.
10/8/09 Boston Red Sox changed CF Rocco Baldelli's roster status.
10/8/09 Boston Red Sox changed RF Josh Reddick's roster status.
10/8/09 Boston Red Sox changed 2B Chris Woodward's roster status.
10/8/09 Los Angeles Angels changed C Ryan Budde's roster status.
10/8/09 Los Angeles Angels changed PR Chris Pettit's roster status.
10/8/09 Oakland Athletics outrighted 3B Eric Munson from the 40-man roster.

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