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12/9/10 Pittsburgh Pirates claimed SS Josh Rodriguez off waivers from .
12/9/10 Houston Astros claimed P Lance Pendleton off waivers from .
12/9/10 New York Mets claimed P Pedro Beato off waivers from .
12/9/10 New York Yankees claimed P Daniel Turpen off waivers from .
12/9/10 Chicago Cubs traded P Mason Tobin to Texas Rangers.
12/9/10 claimed C Travis Scott off waivers from Los Angeles Angels.
12/9/10 claimed 3B Jake Blackwood off waivers from San Francisco Giants.
12/9/10 Minnesota Twins traded SS J.J. Hardy to Baltimore Orioles.
12/9/10 Baltimore Orioles traded P Jim Hoey to Minnesota Twins.
12/9/10 New York Mets signed C Ronny Paulino.
12/9/10 New York Mets signed P D.J. Carrasco.
12/9/10 New York Mets signed SS Russ Adams.
12/9/10 Los Angeles Dodgers signed P Vicente Padilla.
12/9/10 Washington Nationals claimed P Brian Broderick off waivers from .
12/9/10 Philadelphia Phillies claimed PH Michael Martinez off waivers from .
12/9/10 Tampa Bay Rays claimed P Cesar Cabral off waivers from .
12/9/10 Seattle Mariners claimed P Jose Flores off waivers from .
12/9/10 Arizona Diamondbacks claimed P Joe Paterson off waivers from .
12/9/10 Baltimore Orioles claimed P Adrian Rosario off waivers from .
12/9/10 Kansas City Royals claimed P Nathan Adcock off waivers from .
12/9/10 Washington Nationals claimed P Elvin Ramirez off waivers from .
12/9/10 Chicago Cubs claimed P Mason Tobin off waivers from .
12/9/10 Houston Astros claimed P Aneury Rodriguez off waivers from .
12/9/10 Milwaukee Brewers claimed P Pat Egan off waivers from .
12/9/10 New York Mets claimed 2B Brad Emaus off waivers from .
12/9/10 San Diego Padres claimed P George Kontos off waivers from .
12/9/10 Minnesota Twins claimed P Scott Diamond off waivers from .
12/9/10 New York Yankees claimed P Robert Fish off waivers from .
12/9/10 San Diego Padres signed P Elvin Liriano.

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