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Transactions for June 5, 2010

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6/5/10 New York Mets placed P Oliver Perez on the 15-day disabled list (Patella tendinitis of right knee).
6/5/10 Milwaukee Brewers signed P Sam Narron.
6/5/10 Los Angeles Dodgers assigned SS Nick Green to Triple-A Albuquerque (Pacific Coast).
6/5/10 Boston Red Sox optioned P Scott Atchison to Triple-A Pawtucket (International).
6/5/10 Milwaukee Brewers assigned C Dayton Buller to Double-A Huntsville (Southern).
6/5/10 Boston Red Sox called up RF Josh Reddick from Triple-A Pawtucket (International).
6/5/10 Minnesota Twins optioned P Pat Neshek to Triple-A Rochester (International).
6/5/10 Washington Nationals released C Chris Coste.
6/5/10 Washington Nationals selected the contract of C Jamie Burke from Triple-A Syracuse (International).
6/5/10 Washington Nationals placed C Carlos Maldonado on the 15-day disabled list (Left thumb fracture).
6/5/10 Texas Rangers called up P Tommy Hunter from Triple-A Oklahoma (Pacific Coast).
6/5/10 Texas Rangers optioned P Pedro Strop to Triple-A Oklahoma (Pacific Coast).
6/5/10 New York Mets activated P Jon Niese from the 15-day disabled list (Mild strain of his right hamstring; went on 5/19).
6/5/10 St. Louis Cardinals signed CF Randy Winn.
6/5/10 St. Louis Cardinals placed P Kyle Lohse on the 60-day disabled list (to the 60-Day disabled list).
6/5/10 St. Louis Cardinals optioned CF Jon Jay to Triple-A Memphis (Pacific Coast).
6/5/10 St. Louis Cardinals signed P Cory Rauschenberger.

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