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Transactions for May 5, 2010

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5/5/10 Kansas City Royals placed RF Rick Ankiel on the 15-day disabled list (Right quad strain).
5/5/10 Seattle Mariners placed P Mark Lowe on the 15-day disabled list (n/a). Analysis
5/5/10 Los Angeles Dodgers assigned 2B Travis Denker to Advanced-A Inland Empire (California).
5/5/10 Atlanta Braves selected the contract of P Craig Kimbrel from Triple-A Gwinnett (International). Analysis
5/5/10 Atlanta Braves placed P Jair Jurrjens on the 15-day disabled list (Left hamstring strain). Analysis
5/5/10 Baltimore Orioles optioned P Alberto Castillo to Triple-A Norfolk (International).
5/5/10 Oakland Athletics changed P Henry Rodriguez's roster status.
5/5/10 Oakland Athletics called up P Henry Rodriguez from Triple-A Sacramento (Pacific Coast).
5/5/10 Oakland Athletics optioned P Vin Mazzaro to Triple-A Sacramento (Pacific Coast).
5/5/10 Kansas City Royals changed 1B Kila Ka'aihue's roster status.
5/5/10 Kansas City Royals called up 1B Kila Ka'aihue from Triple-A Omaha (Pacific Coast).
5/5/10 Houston Astros placed P Alberto Arias on the 60-day disabled list (to the 60-Day disabled list). Analysis
5/5/10 Houston Astros optioned C J.R. Towles to Double-A Corpus Christi (Texas). Analysis
5/5/10 Houston Astros selected the contract of C Kevin Cash from Triple-A Round Rock (Pacific Coast). Analysis
5/5/10 Seattle Mariners called up P Shawn Kelley from Triple-A Tacoma (Pacific Coast). Analysis

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