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12/9/09 St. Louis Cardinals signed P Brad Penny.
12/9/09 Arizona Diamondbacks traded P Daniel Schlereth to Detroit Tigers.
12/9/09 Texas Rangers traded P Kevin Millwood to Baltimore Orioles. Analysis
12/9/09 Baltimore Orioles traded P Chris Ray to Texas Rangers. Analysis
12/9/09 Miami Marlins traded P Matt Lindstrom to Houston Astros. Analysis
12/9/09 Houston Astros traded P Robert Bono to Miami Marlins. Analysis
12/9/09 Houston Astros traded P Luis Bryan to Miami Marlins. Analysis
12/9/09 Arizona Diamondbacks traded P Max Scherzer to Detroit Tigers.
12/9/09 New York Yankees traded P Ian Kennedy to Arizona Diamondbacks.
12/9/09 New York Yankees signed P Andy Pettitte.
12/9/09 Boston Red Sox signed P Fabio Castro. Analysis
12/9/09 Boston Red Sox claimed P Ramon A. Ramirez off waivers from .
12/9/09 San Diego Padres released P Frankie De La Cruz. Analysis
12/9/09 Detroit Tigers traded RF Curtis Granderson to New York Yankees.
12/9/09 Detroit Tigers traded P Edwin Jackson to Arizona Diamondbacks.
12/9/09 New York Yankees traded P Phil Coke to Detroit Tigers.
12/9/09 New York Yankees traded CF Austin Jackson to Detroit Tigers.
12/9/09 Detroit Tigers designated P Freddy Dolsi for assignment. Analysis

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