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Transactions for April 16, 2010

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4/16/10 Toronto Blue Jays optioned CF Jeremy Reed to Triple-A Las Vegas (Pacific Coast).
4/16/10 Chicago White Sox signed C Jason Bour.
4/16/10 Boston Red Sox outrighted P Ramon A. Ramirez from the 40-man roster.
4/16/10 Baltimore Orioles called up RF Lou Montanez from Triple-A Norfolk (International).
4/16/10 Baltimore Orioles placed LF Felix Pie on the 15-day disabled list (Strained Upper Back Muscle).
4/16/10 Pittsburgh Pirates outrighted P Hayden Penn from the 40-man roster.
4/16/10 Miami Marlins outrighted P Jose Veras from the 40-man roster.
4/16/10 Cleveland Indians assigned 1B Russell Branyan to Double-A Akron (Eastern).
4/16/10 Colorado Rockies assigned P Jimmy Gobble to Triple-A Colorado Springs (Pacific Coast).
4/16/10 New York Yankees placed P Chan Ho Park on the 15-day disabled list (Strained Right Hamstring).
4/16/10 New York Yankees called up P Boone Logan from Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre (International).
4/16/10 Colorado Rockies placed P Taylor Buchholz on the 60-day disabled list (to the 60-Day disabled list).
4/16/10 Kansas City Royals designated P Roman Colon for assignment.
4/16/10 Kansas City Royals selected the contract of P Josh Rupe from Triple-A Omaha (Pacific Coast).
4/16/10 Colorado Rockies selected the contract of P Joe Beimel from Triple-A Colorado Springs (Pacific Coast).
4/16/10 Colorado Rockies optioned P Esmil Rogers to Triple-A Colorado Springs (Pacific Coast).
4/16/10 San Diego Padres signed 2B Nick D'Amico.

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