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Transactions for September 18, 2010

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9/18/10 San Diego Padres activated P Chris Young from the 60-day disabled list (to the 60-Day disabled list; went on 5/17).
9/18/10 Cincinnati Reds activated PH Laynce Nix from the 15-day disabled list (Sprained left ankle; went on 8/31).
9/18/10 Los Angeles Angels activated P Joel Pineiro from the 15-day disabled list (Left oblique strain; went on 7/30).
9/18/10 Cleveland Indians called up P Aaron Laffey from Triple-A Columbus (International).
9/18/10 Seattle Mariners called up P Dan Cortes from Triple-A Tacoma (Pacific Coast).
9/18/10 Seattle Mariners called up 1B Justin Smoak from Triple-A Tacoma (Pacific Coast).
9/18/10 Colorado Rockies placed P Manny Corpas on the 60-day disabled list (to the 60-Day disabled list).
9/18/10 Los Angeles Dodgers traded P Octavio Dotel to Colorado Rockies.
9/18/10 St. Louis Cardinals designated P Evan MacLane for assignment.
9/18/10 San Diego Padres designated P Cesar Carrillo for assignment.
9/18/10 St. Louis Cardinals selected the contract of PH Daniel Descalso from Triple-A Memphis (Pacific Coast).
9/18/10 St. Louis Cardinals called up P P.J. Walters from Triple-A Memphis (Pacific Coast).
9/18/10 St. Louis Cardinals called up 1B Mark Hamilton from Triple-A Memphis (Pacific Coast).
9/18/10 St. Louis Cardinals called up 3B Joe Mather from Triple-A Memphis (Pacific Coast).
9/18/10 St. Louis Cardinals called up RF Allen Craig from Triple-A Memphis (Pacific Coast).
9/18/10 Colorado Rockies placed P Aaron Cook on the 15-day disabled list (Fractured right fibula).

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