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Transactions for January 26, 2011

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1/26/11 Los Angeles Dodgers assigned C JD Closser to the major league roster.
1/26/11 Los Angeles Dodgers signed P Oscar Villarreal.
1/26/11 Los Angeles Dodgers signed CF Gabe Kapler.
1/26/11 Minnesota Twins claimed P Dusty Hughes off waivers from Kansas City Royals. Analysis
1/26/11 Minnesota Twins designated P Rob Delaney for assignment. Analysis
1/26/11 Colorado Rockies signed 2B Alfredo Amezaga.
1/26/11 San Diego Padres signed 1B Jorge Cantu. Analysis
1/26/11 San Diego Padres signed P Greg Burke.
1/26/11 Arizona Diamondbacks outrighted P Daniel Stange from the 40-man roster. Analysis
1/26/11 Toronto Blue Jays outrighted P Rommie Lewis from the 40-man roster.
1/26/11 Los Angeles Dodgers assigned SS Justin Sellers to the major league roster.
1/26/11 Los Angeles Dodgers assigned DH Jerry Sands to the major league roster.
1/26/11 Los Angeles Dodgers signed P Roman Colon.
1/26/11 Los Angeles Dodgers assigned P Rubby De La Rosa to the major league roster.
1/26/11 Los Angeles Dodgers assigned P Wilkin De La Rosa to the major league roster.
1/26/11 Los Angeles Dodgers signed C Damaso Espino.
1/26/11 Los Angeles Dodgers assigned P Dana Eveland to the major league roster.
1/26/11 Los Angeles Dodgers assigned 2B Dee Gordon to the major league roster.
1/26/11 Los Angeles Dodgers assigned P Jon Huber to the major league roster.
1/26/11 Los Angeles Dodgers assigned PH Trent Oeltjen to the major league roster.
1/26/11 Los Angeles Dodgers assigned P Tim Redding to the major league roster.

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