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Transactions for May 3, 2011

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5/3/11 Detroit Tigers called up 3B Scott Sizemore from Triple-A Toledo (International). Analysis
5/3/11 Los Angeles Dodgers signed P John Housey.
5/3/11 Milwaukee Brewers signed SS Hainley Statia.
5/3/11 Colorado Rockies outrighted P Alan Johnson from the 40-man roster.
5/3/11 Houston Astros outrighted 2B Joe Inglett from the 40-man roster.
5/3/11 Los Angeles Dodgers placed LF Marcus Thames on the 15-day disabled list (Right quad strain).
5/3/11 Los Angeles Dodgers activated LF Jay Gibbons from the 15-day disabled list (Blurred vision in his left eye; went on 3/30).
5/3/11 Houston Astros activated P Wilton Lopez from the 15-day disabled list (irritation of the ulnar nerve in right elbow; went on 4/15).
5/3/11 Colorado Rockies placed PH Ty Wigginton on the 15-day disabled list (Left oblique strain).
5/3/11 Tampa Bay Rays designated 2B Felipe Lopez for assignment. Analysis
5/3/11 Tampa Bay Rays activated 3B Evan Longoria from the 15-day disabled list (Strained left oblique; went on 4/3). Analysis
5/3/11 New York Mets called up 1B Lucas Duda from Triple-A Buffalo (International). Analysis
5/3/11 Milwaukee Brewers placed P Zach Braddock on the 15-day disabled list (Sleep disorder).
5/3/11 Milwaukee Brewers activated CF Nyjer Morgan from the 15-day disabled list (Deep thigh bruise; went on 4/21). Analysis
5/3/11 Colorado Rockies called up 3B Ian Stewart from Triple-A Colorado Springs (Pacific Coast).
5/3/11 Los Angeles Angels signed 2B Matt Cusick.
5/3/11 Tampa Bay Rays called up P Brandon Gomes from Triple-A Durham (International). Analysis
5/3/11 Detroit Tigers optioned 2B Will Rhymes to Triple-A Toledo (International). Analysis
5/3/11 Texas Rangers signed P Manny Corpas.

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