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Transactions for July 7, 2012

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7/7/12 New York Yankees called up P Cory Wade from Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre (International).
7/7/12 Los Angeles Angels assigned P Michael Roth to Rookie Orem (Pioneer).
7/7/12 San Francisco Giants assigned P Clayton Tanner to Triple-A Fresno (Pacific Coast).
7/7/12 Boston Red Sox signed P Mike MacDonald.
7/7/12 Colorado Rockies signed 3B Ashley Graeter.
7/7/12 Toronto Blue Jays signed LF Leudy Garcia.
7/7/12 Toronto Blue Jays signed P Chris Jakubauskas.
7/7/12 Arizona Diamondbacks signed P Chris Thomas.
7/7/12 Toronto Blue Jays signed LF Josh Almonte.
7/7/12 Tampa Bay Rays signed P Jose Castillo.
7/7/12 Boston Red Sox activated CF Ryan Sweeney from the 15-day disabled list (Toe injury; went on 6/17).
7/7/12 Kansas City Royals optioned C Adam Moore to Triple-A Omaha (Pacific Coast). Analysis
7/7/12 Chicago White Sox signed 3B Chris Curley.
7/7/12 Boston Red Sox called up P Clayton Mortensen from Triple-A Pawtucket (International).
7/7/12 Pittsburgh Pirates optioned C Eric Fryer to Triple-A Indianapolis (International).
7/7/12 Pittsburgh Pirates called up PH Matt Hague from Triple-A Indianapolis (International).
7/7/12 Cleveland Indians optioned P Nick Hagadone to Triple-A Columbus (International).
7/7/12 Baltimore Orioles called up 2B Steve Tolleson from Triple-A Norfolk (International).
7/7/12 Texas Rangers optioned P Justin Grimm to Double-A Frisco (Texas).
7/7/12 Texas Rangers activated P Derek Holland from the 15-day disabled list (Left shoulder fatigue; went on 6/7).
7/7/12 Kansas City Royals claimed C Adam Moore off waivers from Seattle Mariners. Analysis
7/7/12 Tampa Bay Rays signed OF Manuel Castillo.

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