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Transactions for April 13, 2011

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4/13/11 New York Yankees placed P Luis Ayala on the 15-day disabled list (Strained lat).
4/13/11 Baltimore Orioles changed P Brad Bergesen's roster status.
4/13/11 Baltimore Orioles called up P Brad Bergesen from Triple-A Norfolk (International).
4/13/11 Baltimore Orioles placed SS J.J. Hardy on the 15-day disabled list (Strained left oblique).
4/13/11 St. Louis Cardinals called up P Eduardo Sanchez from Triple-A Memphis (Pacific Coast).
4/13/11 St. Louis Cardinals called up P Fernando Salas from Triple-A Memphis (Pacific Coast).
4/13/11 St. Louis Cardinals placed P Brian Tallet on the 15-day disabled list (Fractured right hand).
4/13/11 St. Louis Cardinals placed P Bryan Augenstein on the 15-day disabled list (Right groin strain).
4/13/11 New York Mets P Blaine Boyer filed for free agency.
4/13/11 New York Yankees called up P Hector Noesi from Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre (International).
4/13/11 Arizona Diamondbacks called up P Esmerling Vasquez from Triple-A Reno (Pacific Coast).
4/13/11 Arizona Diamondbacks optioned P Kam Mickolio to Triple-A Reno (Pacific Coast).
4/13/11 Milwaukee Brewers outrighted CF Jeremy Reed from the 40-man roster.
4/13/11 Texas Rangers called up 1B Chris Davis from Triple-A Round Rock (Pacific Coast).
4/13/11 Texas Rangers placed LF Josh Hamilton on the 15-day disabled list (fractured right humerus). Analysis
4/13/11 Philadelphia Phillies signed P Adrian Alaniz.

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