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Transactions for April 25, 2012

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4/25/12 Minnesota Twins called up CF Ben Revere from Triple-A Rochester (International).
4/25/12 Atlanta Braves optioned P Anthony Varvaro to Triple-A Gwinnett (International).
4/25/12 San Francisco Giants placed 1B Aubrey Huff on the 15-day disabled list (Anxiety disorder).
4/25/12 Baltimore Orioles signed DH Bill Hall.
4/25/12 Baltimore Orioles called up P Jason Berken from Triple-A Norfolk (International).
4/25/12 San Francisco Giants selected the contract of 3B Joaquin Arias from Triple-A Fresno (Pacific Coast).
4/25/12 Kansas City Royals optioned P Jeremy Jeffress to Triple-A Omaha (Pacific Coast).
4/25/12 Kansas City Royals selected the contract of P Tommy Hottovy from Triple-A Omaha (Pacific Coast).
4/25/12 Oakland Athletics designated P Rich Thompson for assignment.
4/25/12 Oakland Athletics optioned P Fautino De Los Santos to Triple-A Sacramento (Pacific Coast).
4/25/12 Oakland Athletics selected the contract of P Jim Miller from Triple-A Sacramento (Pacific Coast).
4/25/12 Oakland Athletics called up P Jarrod Parker from Triple-A Sacramento (Pacific Coast).
4/25/12 Pittsburgh Pirates called up P Jared Hughes from Triple-A Indianapolis (International).
4/25/12 Colorado Rockies called up P Zach Putnam from Triple-A Colorado Springs (Pacific Coast).
4/25/12 Philadelphia Phillies changed P Michael Schwimer's roster status.
4/25/12 Philadelphia Phillies called up P Michael Schwimer from Triple-A Lehigh Valley (International).
4/25/12 Minnesota Twins signed 2B Joe Thurston.

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