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Transactions for January 7, 2010

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1/7/10 Texas Rangers signed 3B Matthew Brown.
1/7/10 Philadelphia Phillies signed P Ehren Wassermann.
1/7/10 Toronto Blue Jays claimed SS Brian Bocock off waivers from San Francisco Giants.
1/7/10 Seattle Mariners traded DH Bill Hall to Boston Red Sox.
1/7/10 Boston Red Sox traded 1B Casey Kotchman to Seattle Mariners.
1/7/10 Boston Red Sox signed 3B Adrian Beltre.
1/7/10 Oakland Athletics signed DH Jack Cust.
1/7/10 San Diego Padres signed P Mark Worrell.
1/7/10 Oakland Athletics signed P Lenny DiNardo.
1/7/10 Philadelphia Phillies signed P Ryan Vogelsong.
1/7/10 Philadelphia Phillies signed C John Suomi.
1/7/10 Kansas City Royals signed P Noel Arguelles.
1/7/10 Philadelphia Phillies assigned P Phillippe Aumont to the major league roster.
1/7/10 Philadelphia Phillies assigned LF Domonic Brown to the major league roster.
1/7/10 Philadelphia Phillies assigned SS Ozzie Chavez to the major league roster.
1/7/10 Philadelphia Phillies assigned 3B Freddy Galvis to the major league roster.
1/7/10 Philadelphia Phillies assigned CF Tyson Gillies to the major league roster.
1/7/10 Philadelphia Phillies assigned C Tuffy Gosewisch to the major league roster.
1/7/10 Philadelphia Phillies assigned P B.J. Rosenberg to the major league roster.
1/7/10 Philadelphia Phillies signed C Dane Sardinha.
1/7/10 Philadelphia Phillies assigned P Joe Savery to the major league roster.
1/7/10 Toronto Blue Jays signed PH Jorge Padilla.

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