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Transactions for April 22, 2010

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4/22/10 Washington Nationals placed P Jason Marquis on the 15-day disabled list (Loose bodies in right elbow).
4/22/10 Los Angeles Dodgers placed P Jeff Weaver on the 15-day disabled list ().
4/22/10 Los Angeles Dodgers changed P Hong-Chih Kuo's roster status.
4/22/10 Philadelphia Phillies activated P J.C. Romero from the 15-day disabled list (Recovering from October 2009 left elbow surgery; went on 4/1).
4/22/10 Philadelphia Phillies placed P J.A. Happ on the 15-day disabled list (n/a).
4/22/10 Cincinnati Reds called up P Carlos Fisher from Triple-A Louisville (International).
4/22/10 Cincinnati Reds optioned P Logan Ondrusek to Triple-A Louisville (International).
4/22/10 Milwaukee Brewers assigned PH Brett Dowdy to Triple-A Nashville (Pacific Coast).
4/22/10 Boston Red Sox assigned 2B Vladimir Frias to Class A Greenville (South Atlantic).
4/22/10 San Diego Padres optioned P Cesar Ramos to Triple-A Portland (Pacific Coast).
4/22/10 San Diego Padres activated P Joe Thatcher from the 15-day disabled list (Strained left shoulder; went on 4/4).
4/22/10 Oakland Athletics designated CF Jai Miller for assignment.
4/22/10 Oakland Athletics selected the contract of RF Matt Carson from Triple-A Sacramento (Pacific Coast).
4/22/10 Oakland Athletics placed PH Travis Buck on the 15-day disabled list (Strained right oblique).
4/22/10 Philadelphia Phillies assigned C Torre Langley to Class A Lakewood (South Atlantic).
4/22/10 New York Mets outrighted 1B Mike Jacobs from the 40-man roster.

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