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Transactions for July 9, 2011

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7/9/11 Colorado Rockies signed P Blake Johnson.
7/9/11 Los Angeles Angels assigned 2B Peter Copa to Rookie AZL (Arizona).
7/9/11 San Diego Padres signed P Cody Hebner.
7/9/11 San Diego Padres assigned P Cody Hebner to Short-Season Eugene (Northwest).
7/9/11 San Diego Padres signed Todd Privett.
7/9/11 Baltimore Orioles optioned P Zach Britton to Double-A Bowie (Eastern).
7/9/11 Colorado Rockies signed SS Trevor Story.
7/9/11 Boston Red Sox signed SS Raymel Flores.
7/9/11 Atlanta Braves signed P Nelson Leon.
7/9/11 New York Mets assigned 1B Cole Frenzel to Short-Season Brooklyn (New York-Penn).
7/9/11 St. Louis Cardinals assigned P Ron Mahay to Advanced-A Palm Beach (Florida State).
7/9/11 Texas Rangers signed 1B Ronald Guzman.
7/9/11 Atlanta Braves placed 3B Chipper Jones on the 15-day disabled list (Ttorn meniscus in his right knee).
7/9/11 Atlanta Braves called up 2B Brandon Hicks from Triple-A Gwinnett (International).
7/9/11 Baltimore Orioles selected the contract of P Mark Hendrickson from Triple-A Norfolk (International).
7/9/11 San Diego Padres activated P Aaron Harang from the 15-day disabled list (Sore right foot; went on 6/13).
7/9/11 San Diego Padres optioned P Pat Neshek to Triple-A Tucson (Pacific Coast).
7/9/11 Pittsburgh Pirates optioned 3B Pedro Alvarez to Triple-A Indianapolis (International).
7/9/11 Milwaukee Brewers assigned P Tommy Toledo to Rookie Helena (Pioneer).
7/9/11 Atlanta Braves assigned P Robert Roth to Class A Rome (South Atlantic).
7/9/11 Colorado Rockies signed SS Emerson Jimenez.

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