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4/3/12 Milwaukee Brewers assigned P Amaury Rivas to the major league roster.
4/3/12 Toronto Blue Jays called up P Joel Carreno from Double-A New Hampshire (Eastern).
4/3/12 Toronto Blue Jays optioned P Brett Cecil to Double-A New Hampshire (Eastern).
4/3/12 Seattle Mariners assigned C Marcus Littlewood to the major league roster.
4/3/12 Seattle Mariners assigned C Tyler Marlette to the major league roster.
4/3/12 Chicago Cubs assigned LF Xavier Batista to the major league roster.
4/3/12 Atlanta Braves signed P Chad Durbin. Analysis
4/3/12 Chicago Cubs assigned 3B Jeimer Candelario to the major league roster.
4/3/12 Milwaukee Brewers assigned 3B Jalen Harris to the major league roster.
4/3/12 New York Yankees assigned 3B Zachary Wilson to the major league roster.
4/3/12 Chicago Cubs assigned SS Javier Baez to the major league roster.
4/3/12 New York Yankees assigned 1B Kyle Roller to the major league roster.
4/3/12 Milwaukee Brewers assigned 1B Hunter Morris to the major league roster.
4/3/12 Milwaukee Brewers assigned SS Andy Gonzalez to the major league roster.
4/3/12 Baltimore Orioles assigned LF Chris Clinton to the major league roster.
4/3/12 Tampa Bay Rays assigned 3B Riccio Torrez to the major league roster.
4/3/12 Minnesota Twins assigned 2B Jorge Polanco to the major league roster.
4/3/12 Baltimore Orioles outrighted CF Jai Miller from the 40-man roster.
4/3/12 Seattle Mariners assigned RF Reginald Lawson to the major league roster.
4/3/12 Cincinnati Reds claimed P Alfredo Simon off waivers from Baltimore Orioles. Analysis
4/3/12 Milwaukee Brewers assigned P Kyle Heckathorn to the major league roster.
4/3/12 Detroit Tigers placed PH Brandon Inge on the 15-day disabled list (Left groin strain).

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