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Transactions for August 9, 2011

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8/9/11 Pittsburgh Pirates assigned P Tyler Glasnow to Rookie GCL (Gulf Coast).
8/9/11 Arizona Diamondbacks signed P Silvino Bracho.
8/9/11 Atlanta Braves signed P Navery Moore.
8/9/11 Detroit Tigers signed C James McCann.
8/9/11 Minnesota Twins signed C Matthew Koch.
8/9/11 San Francisco Giants outrighted P Alex Hinshaw from the 40-man roster.
8/9/11 Seattle Mariners signed 1B Cory Scammell.
8/9/11 Seattle Mariners signed C Luke Guarnaccia.
8/9/11 Houston Astros outrighted CF Luis Durango from the 40-man roster.
8/9/11 Texas Rangers placed 3B Andres Blanco on the 15-day disabled list (Lower back inflammation).
8/9/11 Texas Rangers changed P Alexi Ogando's roster status.
8/9/11 Minnesota Twins placed P Scott Baker on the 15-day disabled list (Right flexor strain).
8/9/11 Cincinnati Reds called up P Travis Wood from Triple-A Louisville (International).
8/9/11 Cincinnati Reds placed P Logan Ondrusek on the 15-day disabled list (Strained right forearm).
8/9/11 Toronto Blue Jays outrighted P Wil Ledezma from the 40-man roster. Analysis
8/9/11 Toronto Blue Jays selected the contract of P Henderson Alvarez from Double-A New Hampshire (Eastern). Analysis
8/9/11 Cleveland Indians signed LF Brian Ruiz.
8/9/11 Pittsburgh Pirates assigned RF Rodarrick Jones to Rookie GCL (Gulf Coast).
8/9/11 Washington Nationals signed RF Armando Echenique.

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