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5/10/11 Los Angeles Angels placed LF Vernon Wells on the 15-day disabled list (Right groin strain).
5/10/11 Milwaukee Brewers placed 1B Erick Almonte on the 15-day disabled list ().
5/10/11 San Francisco Giants optioned PH Ryan Rohlinger to Triple-A Fresno (Pacific Coast).
5/10/11 San Francisco Giants optioned 2B Emmanuel Burriss to Triple-A Fresno (Pacific Coast).
5/10/11 San Francisco Giants activated 2B Mark DeRosa from the 15-day disabled list (Sore left wrist; went on 4/28). Analysis
5/10/11 San Francisco Giants activated LF Andres Torres from the 15-day disabled list (Strained left Achilles tendon; went on 4/15).
5/10/11 Cleveland Indians called up P Frank Herrmann from Triple-A Columbus (International).
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5/10/11 Baltimore Orioles designated P Josh Rupe for assignment.
5/10/11 Baltimore Orioles activated SS J.J. Hardy from the 15-day disabled list (Strained left oblique; went on 4/13). Analysis
5/10/11 Cincinnati Reds assigned PR Brent Clevlen to Triple-A Louisville (International).
5/10/11 Cincinnati Reds signed PR Brent Clevlen.
5/10/11 Los Angeles Angels called up LF Reggie Willits from Triple-A Salt Lake (Pacific Coast).
5/10/11 Houston Astros called up P Sergio Escalona from Triple-A Oklahoma (Pacific Coast).
5/10/11 Houston Astros designated P Nelson Figueroa for assignment.
5/10/11 New York Yankees outrighted 3B Kevin Russo from the 40-man roster.

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