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Transactions for August 28, 2012

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8/28/12 Baltimore Orioles optioned P Jake Arrieta to Triple-A Norfolk (International).
8/28/12 Los Angeles Angels called up RF Kole Calhoun from Triple-A Salt Lake (Pacific Coast).
8/28/12 Boston Red Sox placed P Franklin Morales on the 15-day disabled list (Left shoulder fatigue).
8/28/12 Boston Red Sox changed P Alfredo Aceves's roster status.
8/28/12 San Francisco Giants activated P Guillermo Mota from the restricted list (went on 5/7).
8/28/12 New York Yankees optioned 3B Casey McGehee to Class A Charleston (South Atlantic). Analysis
8/28/12 New York Yankees changed LF Steve Pearce's roster status. Analysis
8/28/12 Chicago Cubs designated P Alex Hinshaw for assignment. Analysis
8/28/12 Chicago Cubs activated P Blake Parker from the 60-day disabled list (Right elbow stress reaction; went on 6/6). Analysis
8/28/12 Oakland Athletics assigned PH Blake Lalli to Triple-A Sacramento (Pacific Coast). Analysis
8/28/12 Pittsburgh Pirates called up 2B Chase d'Arnaud from Triple-A Indianapolis (International).
8/28/12 Chicago White Sox called up P Dylan Axelrod from Triple-A Charlotte (International).
8/28/12 Chicago White Sox placed P Gavin Floyd on the 15-day disabled list (Right elbow flexor strain).
8/28/12 Toronto Blue Jays assigned SS Amadeo Zazueta to Advanced-A Dunedin (Florida State).
8/28/12 Baltimore Orioles changed P Joe Saunders's roster status. Analysis
8/28/12 Pittsburgh Pirates released P Erik Bedard. Analysis
8/28/12 San Diego Padres released PH Jeremy Hermida.

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