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Transactions for August 4, 2011

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8/4/11 Houston Astros optioned CF Luis Durango to Triple-A Oklahoma (Pacific Coast). Analysis
8/4/11 Oakland Athletics signed P J.J. Leaper.
8/4/11 Toronto Blue Jays signed P Chad Gaudin.
8/4/11 Boston Red Sox signed CF Brett Carroll.
8/4/11 Baltimore Orioles signed P Willie Eyre.
8/4/11 Colorado Rockies signed LF Dillon Thomas.
8/4/11 San Diego Padres placed RF Chris Denorfia on the 15-day disabled list ().
8/4/11 San Francisco Giants selected the contract of P Waldis Joaquin from Triple-A Fresno (Pacific Coast).
8/4/11 San Francisco Giants optioned P Waldis Joaquin to Triple-A Fresno (Pacific Coast).
8/4/11 San Francisco Giants signed C Drew Stiner.
8/4/11 Tampa Bay Rays signed LF Roni Maestre.
8/4/11 San Francisco Giants released P Jose Casilla.
8/4/11 San Francisco Giants designated P Alex Hinshaw for assignment.
8/4/11 Philadelphia Phillies called up P Scott Mathieson from Triple-A Lehigh Valley (International).
8/4/11 San Diego Padres activated P Joe Thatcher from the 60-day disabled list (to the 60-Day disabled list; went on 5/4).
8/4/11 San Diego Padres optioned CF Blake Tekotte to Double-A San Antonio (Texas).
8/4/11 Seattle Mariners optioned LF Greg Halman to Triple-A Tacoma (Pacific Coast). Analysis
8/4/11 Seattle Mariners released DH Jack Cust.
8/4/11 C Yadier Molina suspended.
8/4/11 P Carlos Carrasco suspended.
8/4/11 San Diego Padres assigned 1B Carlos Sosa to Double-A San Antonio (Texas).
8/4/11 San Diego Padres assigned PH Drew Macias to Triple-A Tucson (Pacific Coast).
8/4/11 San Francisco Giants optioned 1B Brandon Belt to Triple-A Fresno (Pacific Coast).
8/4/11 San Francisco Giants activated 2B Mark DeRosa from the 60-day disabled list (to the 60-Day disabled list; went on 7/15).
8/4/11 Miami Marlins signed 3B Leudy Molina.

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