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Transactions for June 25, 2011

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6/25/11 Minnesota Twins changed 1B Jim Thome's roster status. Analysis
6/25/11 San Francisco Giants placed P Jonathan Sanchez on the 15-day disabled list (Left biceps tendinitis).
6/25/11 St. Louis Cardinals signed 2B Kolten Wong.
6/25/11 San Francisco Giants assigned SS Kelby Tomlinson to Rookie AZL (Arizona).
6/25/11 Chicago Cubs assigned P Frank Del Valle to Rookie AZL (Arizona).
6/25/11 San Francisco Giants signed LF Kentrell Hill.
6/25/11 San Francisco Giants assigned LF Kentrell Hill to Rookie AZL (Arizona).
6/25/11 New York Mets signed P Randy Fontanez.
6/25/11 Los Angeles Angels signed P Johnny Holtman.
6/25/11 San Francisco Giants signed Demondre Arnold.
6/25/11 San Francisco Giants activated P Barry Zito from the 15-day disabled list (right mid-foot sprain; went on 4/17).
6/25/11 Pittsburgh Pirates designated C Dusty Brown for assignment.
6/25/11 Minnesota Twins optioned LF Rene Tosoni to Triple-A Rochester (International).
6/25/11 Houston Astros optioned P Fernando Rodriguez to Triple-A Oklahoma (Pacific Coast).
6/25/11 Houston Astros selected the contract of C Brian Esposito from Triple-A Oklahoma (Pacific Coast).
6/25/11 Philadelphia Phillies signed SS Kenny Miramontes.
6/25/11 Philadelphia Phillies assigned P Tommy Palica to Advanced-A Clearwater (Florida State).
6/25/11 Cleveland Indians placed LF Shin-Soo Choo on the 15-day disabled list (Fractured left thumb). Analysis
6/25/11 Cleveland Indians called up PH Travis Buck from Triple-A Columbus (International).
6/25/11 Baltimore Orioles assigned P Trent Howard to Short-Season Aberdeen (New York-Penn).
6/25/11 Pittsburgh Pirates selected the contract of C Eric Fryer from Triple-A Indianapolis (International).
6/25/11 Tampa Bay Rays assigned P Lenny Linsky to Short-Season Hudson Valley (New York-Penn).

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