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8/15/12 Minnesota Twins selected the contract of SS Pedro Florimon from Triple-A Rochester (International).
8/15/12 Oakland Athletics assigned P Jeremy Accardo to Triple-A Sacramento (Pacific Coast).
8/15/12 Oakland Athletics signed P Jeremy Accardo.
8/15/12 Pittsburgh Pirates traded P Daniel Cabrera to Arizona Diamondbacks.
8/15/12 Pittsburgh Pirates assigned 1B Dallas McPherson to Triple-A Indianapolis (International).
8/15/12 New York Mets changed C Kelly Shoppach's roster status. Analysis
8/15/12 New York Mets optioned C Rob Johnson to Triple-A Buffalo (International). Analysis
8/15/12 Colorado Rockies signed P Austin Bibens-Dirkx.
8/15/12 San Francisco Giants placed LF Melky Cabrera on the restricted list
8/15/12 Colorado Rockies designated P Mike Ekstrom for assignment.
8/15/12 Milwaukee Brewers optioned SS Jeff Bianchi to Triple-A Nashville (Pacific Coast).
8/15/12 Milwaukee Brewers changed P Mark Rogers's roster status.
8/15/12 Colorado Rockies called up P Guillermo Moscoso from Triple-A Colorado Springs (Pacific Coast).
8/15/12 Minnesota Twins optioned 2B Brian Dozier to Triple-A Rochester (International).
8/15/12 New York Mets placed C Rob Johnson on the 15-day disabled list (Torn ligament in his left thumb). Analysis

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