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Transactions for April 12, 2011

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4/12/11 Washington Nationals placed LF Ryan Zimmerman on the 15-day disabled list (left abdominal strain).
4/12/11 Chicago Cubs assigned P Doug Davis to Triple-A Iowa (Pacific Coast).
4/12/11 Chicago White Sox outrighted LF Lastings Milledge from the 40-man roster. Analysis
4/12/11 Boston Red Sox outrighted P Dennys Reyes from the 40-man roster.
4/12/11 Los Angeles Angels optioned PR Chris Pettit to Triple-A Salt Lake (Pacific Coast). Analysis
4/12/11 Los Angeles Angels activated LF Reggie Willits from the 15-day disabled list (Left calf strain; went on 3/29). Analysis
4/12/11 Los Angeles Dodgers called up 2B Ivan De Jesus from Triple-A Albuquerque (Pacific Coast).
4/12/11 Toronto Blue Jays designated P David Purcey for assignment. Analysis
4/12/11 Los Angeles Dodgers placed 2B Rafael Furcal on the 15-day disabled list (Broken left thumb).
4/12/11 Toronto Blue Jays called up P Casey Janssen from Triple-A Las Vegas (Pacific Coast). Analysis
4/12/11 Toronto Blue Jays called up P Brad Mills from Triple-A Las Vegas (Pacific Coast).
4/12/11 Washington Nationals called up C Jesus Flores from Triple-A Syracuse (International). Analysis
4/12/11 Washington Nationals changed C Jesus Flores's roster status. Analysis

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