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Transactions for May 19, 2012

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5/19/12 Tampa Bay Rays called up P Alex Cobb from Triple-A Durham (International).
5/19/12 Los Angeles Dodgers signed P Eammon Portice.
5/19/12 San Diego Padres placed PH Mark Kotsay on the 15-day disabled list (Lower back strain).
5/19/12 Los Angeles Dodgers called up 2B Ivan De Jesus from Triple-A Albuquerque (Pacific Coast).
5/19/12 Los Angeles Dodgers placed 2B Mark Ellis on the 15-day disabled list (Sprained left leg).
5/19/12 San Diego Padres called up CF Blake Tekotte from Triple-A Tucson (Pacific Coast).
5/19/12 Milwaukee Brewers designated P Vinnie Chulk for assignment.
5/19/12 New York Yankees optioned 2B Matt Antonelli to Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre (International).
5/19/12 Milwaukee Brewers selected the contract of P Juan Perez from Triple-A Nashville (Pacific Coast).
5/19/12 Kansas City Royals called up P Nathan Adcock from Triple-A Omaha (Pacific Coast).
5/19/12 Kansas City Royals placed P Everett Teaford on the 15-day disabled list (Lower abdominal strain).
5/19/12 Chicago Cubs called up P Randy Wells from Triple-A Iowa (Pacific Coast).
5/19/12 Chicago Cubs placed C Geovany Soto on the 15-day disabled list (Torn left meniscus).
5/19/12 Cincinnati Reds traded C Koyie Hill to Chicago Cubs.
5/19/12 P Kerry Wood announced his retirement.
5/19/12 New York Mets optioned 2B Jordany Valdespin to Triple-A Buffalo (International).
5/19/12 New York Mets called up P Jeremy Hefner from Triple-A Buffalo (International).
5/19/12 Tampa Bay Rays optioned P Josh Lueke to Triple-A Durham (International).
5/19/12 Detroit Tigers assigned P Gregorio Minier to Rookie DSL (Dominican).

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