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Transactions for June 16, 2010

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6/16/10 Baltimore Orioles signed PH Auburn Donaldson.
6/16/10 New York Mets signed P Ryan Fraser.
6/16/10 Colorado Rockies placed P Matt Daley on the 15-day disabled list (Right shoulder inflammation).
6/16/10 New York Mets assigned Chad Sheppard to Short-Season Brooklyn (New York-Penn).
6/16/10 New York Mets assigned P Hunter Carnevale to Short-Season Brooklyn (New York-Penn).
6/16/10 Atlanta Braves changed P Chris Resop's roster status.
6/16/10 New York Mets assigned P Jonathan Kountis to Short-Season Brooklyn (New York-Penn).
6/16/10 New York Mets assigned P Hamilton Bennett to Short-Season Brooklyn (New York-Penn).
6/16/10 New York Mets assigned RF Cory Vaughn to Short-Season Brooklyn (New York-Penn).
6/16/10 Los Angeles Angels called up P Sean O'Sullivan from Triple-A Salt Lake (Pacific Coast).
6/16/10 Atlanta Braves assigned P Chris Resop to the major league roster.
6/16/10 New York Mets assigned P Ryan Fraser to Short-Season Brooklyn (New York-Penn).
6/16/10 Atlanta Braves called up P Jesse Chavez from Triple-A Gwinnett (International).
6/16/10 Colorado Rockies selected the contract of P Juan Rincon from Triple-A Colorado Springs (Pacific Coast).
6/16/10 Baltimore Orioles signed C Joe Oliveira.
6/16/10 Baltimore Orioles signed C Austin Goolsby.
6/16/10 Baltimore Orioles signed P Scott Copeland.
6/16/10 Baltimore Orioles signed P Tim Adleman.
6/16/10 Toronto Blue Jays outrighted 1B Brian Dopirak from the 40-man roster. Analysis
6/16/10 Los Angeles Angels assigned 2B Maicer Izturis to the major league roster. Analysis
6/16/10 Los Angeles Angels assigned 1B Robb Quinlan to the major league roster. Analysis
6/16/10 Milwaukee Brewers signed P Austin Ross.
6/16/10 Milwaukee Brewers signed 1B Hunter Morris.
6/16/10 Milwaukee Brewers signed SS Yadiel Rivera.
6/16/10 Los Angeles Angels optioned 1B Robb Quinlan to Triple-A Salt Lake (Pacific Coast). Analysis
6/16/10 Kansas City Royals released P John Parrish.
6/16/10 Kansas City Royals selected the contract of P Anthony Lerew from Triple-A Omaha (Pacific Coast).
6/16/10 San Diego Padres signed C Rocky Gale.
6/16/10 San Diego Padres signed 3B Tyler Stubblefield.
6/16/10 San Diego Padres signed 1B Connor Powers.
6/16/10 San Diego Padres signed SS Paul Bingham.
6/16/10 San Diego Padres signed RF Daniel Meeley.
6/16/10 San Diego Padres signed 1B Wes Cunningham.
6/16/10 San Diego Padres signed P Chris Franklin.
6/16/10 San Diego Padres signed DH Houston Slemp.
6/16/10 San Diego Padres signed SS Chris Bisson.
6/16/10 San Diego Padres signed 2B Jedd Gyorko.
6/16/10 San Diego Padres signed P Matt Branham.
6/16/10 San Diego Padres signed P Daniel Ottone.
6/16/10 San Diego Padres signed P Xavier Esquivel.
6/16/10 Kansas City Royals placed P Luke Hochevar on the 15-day disabled list (Right elbow strain).
6/16/10 Boston Red Sox assigned 3B Kolbrin Vitek to Short-Season Lowell (New York-Penn).
6/16/10 Boston Red Sox assigned RF Bryce Brentz to Short-Season Lowell (New York-Penn).
6/16/10 San Diego Padres signed PR Gunnar Terhune.
6/16/10 San Diego Padres signed P Robert Sabo.
6/16/10 San Diego Padres signed C Cole Tyrell.
6/16/10 San Diego Padres signed P Justin Echevarria.
6/16/10 San Diego Padres signed P Adam Schrader.
6/16/10 San Diego Padres signed P Noah Mull.
6/16/10 San Diego Padres signed P Rob Gariano.

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