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Transactions for September 11, 2011

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9/11/11 Houston Astros selected the contract of P Xavier Cedeno from Triple-A Oklahoma (Pacific Coast).
9/11/11 San Francisco Giants activated P Barry Zito from the 15-day disabled list (right foot strain; went on 8/1).
9/11/11 New York Yankees designated P Steve Garrison for assignment.
9/11/11 New York Yankees selected the contract of C Austin Romine from Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre (International).
9/11/11 Texas Rangers called up P Michael Kirkman from Triple-A Round Rock (Pacific Coast).
9/11/11 Colorado Rockies selected the contract of P Drew Pomeranz from Double-A Tulsa (Texas).
9/11/11 Colorado Rockies selected the contract of 2B Tommy Field from Double-A Tulsa (Texas).
9/11/11 Colorado Rockies designated C Matt Pagnozzi for assignment.
9/11/11 Colorado Rockies placed PH Ryan Spilborghs on the 60-day disabled list (plantar fasciitis in right foot).
9/11/11 Tampa Bay Rays called up P Dane De La Rosa from Triple-A Durham (International). Analysis
9/11/11 Tampa Bay Rays selected the contract of 1B Russ Canzler from Triple-A Durham (International). Analysis
9/11/11 Tampa Bay Rays designated P Mike Ekstrom for assignment. Analysis
9/11/11 Cleveland Indians activated DH Travis Hafner from the 15-day disabled list (Strained right foot; went on 8/22).
9/11/11 Houston Astros changed P Lance Pendleton's roster status.
9/11/11 Oakland Athletics selected the contract of CF Jai Miller from Triple-A Sacramento (Pacific Coast).
9/11/11 Houston Astros placed P Sergio Escalona on the 60-day disabled list (Sprained left ankle).
9/11/11 Houston Astros signed P Alan Abreu.

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