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Transactions for August 9, 2012

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8/9/12 San Diego Padres called up C Nick Hundley from Triple-A Tucson (Pacific Coast).
8/9/12 Cleveland Indians released P Jeremy Accardo.
8/9/12 Cleveland Indians released LF Johnny Damon. Analysis
8/9/12 Los Angeles Dodgers outrighted PH Bobby Abreu from the 40-man roster.
8/9/12 Cincinnati Reds activated C Devin Mesoraco from the 7-day disabled list (Concussion; went on 8/1).
8/9/12 Cincinnati Reds optioned C Dioner Navarro to Triple-A Louisville (International). Analysis
8/9/12 Baltimore Orioles placed 2B Brian Roberts on the 60-day disabled list (to the 60-day disabled list).
8/9/12 Baltimore Orioles optioned P Steve Johnson to Triple-A Norfolk (International).
8/9/12 New York Mets signed P Andrew Carpenter.
8/9/12 Tampa Bay Rays outrighted 2B Brooks Conrad from the 40-man roster. Analysis
8/9/12 Cleveland Indians called up 3B Jason Donald from Triple-A Columbus (International).
8/9/12 San Diego Padres optioned C Eddy Rodriguez to Triple-A Tucson (Pacific Coast).
8/9/12 Baltimore Orioles selected the contract of 3B Manny Machado from Double-A Bowie (Eastern).
8/9/12 St. Louis Cardinals traded 2B Tyler Greene to Houston Astros.
8/9/12 Houston Astros designated SS Brian Bixler for assignment.
8/9/12 Detroit Tigers outrighted 3B Don Kelly from the 40-man roster.
8/9/12 Los Angeles Dodgers optioned DH Jerry Sands to Triple-A Albuquerque (Pacific Coast).
8/9/12 Toronto Blue Jays placed 3B Brett Lawrie on the 15-day disabled list (Strained right oblique).
8/9/12 Cleveland Indians placed DH Travis Hafner on the 15-day disabled list (Lower back inflammation).
8/9/12 Baltimore Orioles signed 1B Ronald Schreurs.

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