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Transactions for February 5, 2010

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2/5/10 Toronto Blue Jays signed P Kevin Gregg.
2/5/10 Boston Red Sox assigned P Adam Mills to the major league roster.
2/5/10 Boston Red Sox assigned 2B Yamaico Navarro to the major league roster.
2/5/10 Boston Red Sox assigned P Kyle Weiland to the major league roster.
2/5/10 Boston Red Sox assigned P Kris Johnson to the major league roster.
2/5/10 Boston Red Sox assigned P Casey Kelly to the major league roster.
2/5/10 Colorado Rockies signed 3B Melvin Mora.
2/5/10 Minnesota Twins signed 1B Jim Thome.
2/5/10 San Francisco Giants outrighted 1B Jesus Guzman from the 40-man roster.
2/5/10 Boston Red Sox assigned RF Che-Hsuan Lin to the major league roster.
2/5/10 Boston Red Sox assigned LF Ryan Kalish to the major league roster.
2/5/10 Boston Red Sox assigned C Luis Exposito to the major league roster.
2/5/10 Pittsburgh Pirates signed C Hector Gimenez.
2/5/10 Pittsburgh Pirates signed SS Doug Bernier.
2/5/10 Pittsburgh Pirates assigned 2B Brian Friday to the major league roster.
2/5/10 Milwaukee Brewers outrighted P Tim Dillard from the 40-man roster.
2/5/10 Milwaukee Brewers assigned P Tim Dillard to the major league roster.
2/5/10 Boston Red Sox assigned 1B Lars Anderson to the major league roster.
2/5/10 Boston Red Sox assigned P Randor Bierd to the major league roster.
2/5/10 Boston Red Sox assigned P Zach Daeges to the major league roster.
2/5/10 San Francisco Giants assigned 1B Jesus Guzman to the major league roster.

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