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Transactions for May 18, 2012

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5/18/12 Chicago Cubs selected the contract of PH Blake Lalli from Triple-A Iowa (Pacific Coast).
5/18/12 Baltimore Orioles signed LF Lew Ford.
5/18/12 San Diego Padres placed 3B James Darnell on the 15-day disabled list ().
5/18/12 San Diego Padres placed P Tim Stauffer on the 15-day disabled list (Right elbow sprain).
5/18/12 San Diego Padres called up P Nick Vincent from Triple-A Tucson (Pacific Coast).
5/18/12 San Diego Padres changed P Eric Stults's roster status. Analysis
5/18/12 Detroit Tigers signed P Gregorio Minier.
5/18/12 Los Angeles Dodgers signed C Luis Subero.
5/18/12 Chicago Cubs signed C Leonardo Gonzalez.
5/18/12 Cleveland Indians outrighted LF Nick Weglarz from the 40-man roster.
5/18/12 St. Louis Cardinals called up P Brandon Dickson from Triple-A Memphis (Pacific Coast).
5/18/12 Chicago Cubs optioned P Chris Volstad to Triple-A Iowa (Pacific Coast).
5/18/12 Pittsburgh Pirates optioned P Evan Meek to Triple-A Indianapolis (International).
5/18/12 Pittsburgh Pirates called up CF Gorkys Hernandez from Triple-A Indianapolis (International).
5/18/12 Arizona Diamondbacks activated LF Chris Young from the 15-day disabled list (Right shoulder contusion; went on 4/18).
5/18/12 Arizona Diamondbacks optioned CF A.J. Pollock to Triple-A Reno (Pacific Coast).
5/18/12 St. Louis Cardinals placed RF Allen Craig on the 15-day disabled list (Left hamstring strain).
5/18/12 St. Louis Cardinals placed P Kyle McClellan on the 15-day disabled list (Right elbow strain).
5/18/12 St. Louis Cardinals called up PH Adron Chambers from Triple-A Memphis (Pacific Coast).
5/18/12 San Francisco Giants signed P Brad Penny.

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