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Transactions for August 18, 2012

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8/18/12 Kansas City Royals placed 2B Chris Getz on the 15-day disabled list (Fractured left thumb).
8/18/12 San Diego Padres called up P Nick Vincent from Triple-A Tucson (Pacific Coast).
8/18/12 San Diego Padres optioned P Ross Ohlendorf to Triple-A Tucson (Pacific Coast).
8/18/12 Colorado Rockies called up RF Charlie Blackmon from Triple-A Colorado Springs (Pacific Coast).
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8/18/12 Baltimore Orioles optioned 1B Joe Mahoney to Triple-A Norfolk (International).
8/18/12 Baltimore Orioles called up P Zach Britton from Triple-A Norfolk (International).
8/18/12 Boston Red Sox placed P Felix Doubront on the 15-day disabled list (Knee problem).
8/18/12 Cincinnati Reds called up P Todd Redmond from Triple-A Louisville (International).
8/18/12 Boston Red Sox called up 1B Mauro Gomez from Triple-A Pawtucket (International).
8/18/12 Chicago Cubs called up P Brooks Raley from Triple-A Iowa (Pacific Coast).
8/18/12 Los Angeles Angels activated P Scott Downs from the 15-day disabled list (Strained left shoulder; went on 7/31).
8/18/12 Los Angeles Angels optioned P Steven Geltz to Triple-A Salt Lake (Pacific Coast).
8/18/12 Kansas City Royals called up 2B Johnny Giavotella from Triple-A Omaha (Pacific Coast).
8/18/12 Colorado Rockies changed RF Charlie Blackmon's roster status.

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