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Transactions for December 18, 2009

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12/18/09 Seattle Mariners signed 1B Ryan Langerhans.
12/18/09 Atlanta Braves signed 2B Joe Thurston. Analysis
12/18/09 New York Mets signed P Elmer Dessens.
12/18/09 Cincinnati Reds signed PH Laynce Nix.
12/18/09 Pittsburgh Pirates signed P Javier Lopez.
12/18/09 Milwaukee Brewers signed P Claudio Vargas.
12/18/09 Milwaukee Brewers signed C Matt Treanor.
12/18/09 Milwaukee Brewers signed P Kameron Loe.
12/18/09 Los Angeles Dodgers signed 3B Jamey Carroll.
12/18/09 San Diego Padres signed RF Chris Denorfia.
12/18/09 Atlanta Braves signed C Orlando Mercado.
12/18/09 Atlanta Braves signed P Mariano Gomez. Analysis
12/18/09 Chicago White Sox traded P Jon Link to Los Angeles Dodgers.
12/18/09 Tampa Bay Rays signed PH Joe Dillon.
12/18/09 Tampa Bay Rays signed 1B Ryan Shealy.
12/18/09 Seattle Mariners traded P Carlos Silva to Chicago Cubs.
12/18/09 Chicago Cubs traded CF Milton Bradley to Seattle Mariners.
12/18/09 Chicago White Sox claimed P Freddy Dolsi off waivers from Detroit Tigers.
12/18/09 Baltimore Orioles signed P Michael Gonzalez.
12/18/09 Atlanta Braves assigned C J.C. Boscan to the major league roster.
12/18/09 Atlanta Braves signed PR Brent Clevlen. Analysis
12/18/09 Miami Marlins signed 3B Danny Richar.

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