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Transactions for May 24, 2010

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5/24/10 San Diego Padres optioned P Luis Perdomo to Triple-A Portland (Pacific Coast).
5/24/10 Milwaukee Brewers signed P Jeff Bennett.
5/24/10 San Diego Padres placed SS Everth Cabrera on the 15-day disabled list (Strained Right Hamstring).
5/24/10 Oakland Athletics signed P John Halama.
5/24/10 Los Angeles Angels placed 3B Brandon Wood on the 15-day disabled list (hip flexor strain).
5/24/10 Arizona Diamondbacks signed PH Kory Casto.
5/24/10 New York Mets optioned 2B Daniel Murphy to Triple-A Buffalo (International).
5/24/10 Boston Red Sox optioned 2B Angel Sanchez to Triple-A Pawtucket (International).
5/24/10 Boston Red Sox called up P Scott Atchison from Triple-A Pawtucket (International).
5/24/10 Houston Astros optioned P Gustavo Chacin to Triple-A Round Rock (Pacific Coast).
5/24/10 Houston Astros changed P Tim Byrdak's roster status.
5/24/10 Cincinnati Reds called up P Enerio Del Rosario from Triple-A Louisville (International).
5/24/10 Cincinnati Reds placed P Homer Bailey on the 15-day disabled list (right shoulder inflammation).
5/24/10 Toronto Blue Jays called up P David Purcey from Triple-A Las Vegas (Pacific Coast).
5/24/10 Philadelphia Phillies designated C Paul Hoover for assignment.
5/24/10 Philadelphia Phillies activated C Brian Schneider from the 15-day disabled list (Left Achilles' strain; went on 5/9).
5/24/10 Washington Nationals placed C Ivan Rodriguez on the 15-day disabled list (retroactive to May 23, 2010).
5/24/10 Toronto Blue Jays designated P Dana Eveland for assignment.
5/24/10 St. Louis Cardinals signed C Fernando Baez.

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