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Transactions for April 26, 2012

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4/26/12 Colorado Rockies optioned P Zach Putnam to Triple-A Colorado Springs (Pacific Coast).
4/26/12 Houston Astros changed P Fernando Abad's roster status.
4/26/12 San Diego Padres selected the contract of P Dale Thayer from Triple-A Tucson (Pacific Coast).
4/26/12 San Diego Padres placed P Dustin Moseley on the 60-day disabled list (to the 60-day disabled list).
4/26/12 San Diego Padres placed P Micah Owings on the 15-day disabled list ().
4/26/12 New York Mets optioned P Robert Carson to Double-A Binghamton (Eastern).
4/26/12 Detroit Tigers released PH Brandon Inge. Analysis
4/26/12 Detroit Tigers called up P Brayan Villarreal from Triple-A Toledo (International).
4/26/12 Detroit Tigers selected the contract of P Luke Putkonen from Triple-A Toledo (International).
4/26/12 Detroit Tigers optioned P Thad Weber to Triple-A Toledo (International).
4/26/12 Pittsburgh Pirates optioned P Jared Hughes to Triple-A Indianapolis (International).
4/26/12 Detroit Tigers changed P Brayan Villarreal's roster status.
4/26/12 Detroit Tigers called up P Brayan Villarreal from Triple-A Toledo (International).
4/26/12 Detroit Tigers optioned P Adam Wilk to Triple-A Toledo (International).
4/26/12 Houston Astros changed SS Brian Bixler's roster status.

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