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3/31/10 Tampa Bay Rays assigned 1B Henry Wrigley to the major league roster.
3/31/10 Minnesota Twins assigned DH Alexander Soto to the major league roster.
3/31/10 Detroit Tigers optioned CF Clete Thomas to Triple-A Toledo (International).
3/31/10 Milwaukee Brewers released P Mike Burns.
3/31/10 Philadelphia Phillies assigned P Justin De Fratus to the major league roster.
3/31/10 Los Angeles Dodgers released CF Jason Repko.
3/31/10 Minnesota Twins assigned P David Bromberg to the major league roster.
3/31/10 Los Angeles Angels optioned P Sean O'Sullivan to Triple-A Salt Lake (Pacific Coast).
3/31/10 New York Mets outrighted P Pat Misch from the 40-man roster.
3/31/10 Boston Red Sox placed SS Jed Lowrie on the 15-day disabled list (Mononucleosis).
3/31/10 Boston Red Sox placed P Boof Bonser on the 60-day disabled list (Right groin strain).
3/31/10 Baltimore Orioles optioned RF Lou Montanez to Triple-A Norfolk (International).
3/31/10 Tampa Bay Rays assigned SS Robi Estrada to the major league roster.
3/31/10 Minnesota Twins assigned P Billy Bullock to the major league roster.
3/31/10 Tampa Bay Rays assigned P Justin Garcia to the major league roster.
3/31/10 Minnesota Twins assigned P Matthew Tone to the major league roster.
3/31/10 Tampa Bay Rays assigned C Mayo Acosta to the major league roster.
3/31/10 Miami Marlins optioned P Rick VandenHurk to Triple-A New Orleans (Pacific Coast).

Ben Lindbergh was the Editor-in-Chief of Baseball Prospectus from 2012 to 2014. He now writes for Grantland, has written for four BP annuals and Extra Innings: More Baseball Between the Numbers, and served as assistant editor of Baseball Prospectus 2011 and editor of the two-volume Best of Baseball Prospectus collection. He formerly worked as a baseball analyst for Bloomberg Sports, and has interned for multiple MLB teams. He was inducted into the Baseball Writers' Association of America in December of 2011.

R.J. Anderson lives in Florida and joined Prospectus in 2011. In the past, Anderson's work has appeared on ESPN, SLAM, and Wired, as well as in the Wall Street Journal and USA Today. His nightmares include an endless loop of Hank Blalock playing third base.