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Transactions for August 3, 2011

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8/3/11 Cleveland Indians optioned P David Huff to Triple-A Columbus (International).
8/3/11 Oakland Athletics optioned P Jerry Blevins to Triple-A Sacramento (Pacific Coast).
8/3/11 Philadelphia Phillies signed PH Chris Lubanski.
8/3/11 Philadelphia Phillies signed PR Brent Clevlen.
8/3/11 San Diego Padres signed 1B Carlos Sosa.
8/3/11 San Diego Padres signed PH Drew Macias.
8/3/11 Chicago White Sox signed CF Adam Heisler.
8/3/11 Miami Marlins signed 1B Ryan Rieger.
8/3/11 Cleveland Indians signed SS Dorssys Paulino.
8/3/11 Tampa Bay Rays signed LF Carlos Vaamonde.
8/3/11 Detroit Tigers changed P Doug Fister's roster status.
8/3/11 Baltimore Orioles changed P Jo-Jo Reyes's roster status.
8/3/11 Baltimore Orioles optioned P Mark Hendrickson to Triple-A Norfolk (International).
8/3/11 Cleveland Indians changed P Ubaldo Jimenez's roster status.
8/3/11 Pittsburgh Pirates activated PH Ryan Doumit from the 60-day disabled list (to the 60-Day disabled list; went on 7/31).
8/3/11 Pittsburgh Pirates optioned C Eric Fryer to Triple-A Indianapolis (International).
8/3/11 Miami Marlins assigned P Alex Caldera to Class A Greensboro (South Atlantic).
8/3/11 Miami Marlins assigned P James Leverton to Class A Greensboro (South Atlantic).
8/3/11 Pittsburgh Pirates signed P Jake Burnette.
8/3/11 Oakland Athletics outrighted P Jerry Blevins from the 40-man roster.
8/3/11 Cleveland Indians outrighted PH Travis Buck from the 40-man roster.
8/3/11 Milwaukee Brewers CF Brett Carroll filed for free agency.
8/3/11 Cincinnati Reds signed 2B Taylor Wrenn.

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