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Transactions for April 29, 2012

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4/29/12 Atlanta Braves activated P Tim Hudson from the 15-day disabled list (recovery from back surgery; went on 4/4).
4/29/12 Philadelphia Phillies signed P Jesus Chavez.
4/29/12 Washington Nationals placed 2B Mark DeRosa on the 15-day disabled list (Oblique strain). Analysis
4/29/12 New York Yankees optioned P Cody Eppley to Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre (International).
4/29/12 New York Yankees called up P D.J. Mitchell from Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre (International).
4/29/12 Houston Astros optioned SS Brian Bixler to Triple-A Oklahoma (Pacific Coast).
4/29/12 New York Yankees assigned P D.J. Mitchell to the major league roster.
4/29/12 Texas Rangers signed P Justin Miller.
4/29/12 Washington Nationals changed 1B Tyler Moore's roster status. Analysis
4/29/12 Washington Nationals called up 1B Tyler Moore from Triple-A Syracuse (International). Analysis
4/29/12 Houston Astros called up P Jordan Lyles from Triple-A Oklahoma (Pacific Coast).
4/29/12 Milwaukee Brewers placed P Chris Narveson on the 60-day disabled list (to the 60-day disabled list).
4/29/12 Milwaukee Brewers selected the contract of P Vinnie Chulk from Triple-A Nashville (Pacific Coast).
4/29/12 Milwaukee Brewers optioned P Mike McClendon to Triple-A Nashville (Pacific Coast).
4/29/12 Atlanta Braves optioned P Cory Gearrin to Triple-A Gwinnett (International).
4/29/12 Philadelphia Phillies signed P Erick Cedeno.

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