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Transactions for September 2, 2012

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9/2/12 Philadelphia Phillies called up P Jake Diekman from Triple-A Lehigh Valley (International).
9/2/12 Oakland Athletics placed PH Brandon Inge on the 15-day disabled list ().
9/2/12 Los Angeles Dodgers signed P Lorenzo Barcelo.
9/2/12 Detroit Tigers called up P Al Alburquerque from Triple-A Toledo (International).
9/2/12 Philadelphia Phillies called up P Justin De Fratus from Triple-A Lehigh Valley (International).
9/2/12 Los Angeles Dodgers placed P Chris Withrow on the 60-day disabled list (Right shoulder strain).
9/2/12 Los Angeles Dodgers called up P Chris Withrow from Double-A Chattanooga (Southern).
9/2/12 Cincinnati Reds called up C Devin Mesoraco from Triple-A Louisville (International).
9/2/12 Boston Red Sox called up 2B Ivan De Jesus from Triple-A Pawtucket (International).
9/2/12 Los Angeles Dodgers selected the contract of PH Bobby Abreu from Triple-A Albuquerque (Pacific Coast).
9/2/12 Chicago White Sox activated LF Alejandro De Aza from the 15-day disabled list (bruised left ribs; went on 8/21).
9/2/12 Colorado Rockies activated P Edgmer Escalona from the 15-day disabled list (Olecranon bursa inflammation in right arm; went on 8/11).
9/2/12 Houston Astros changed 1B Brandon Laird's roster status.
9/2/12 Chicago Cubs called up P Miguel Socolovich from Triple-A Iowa (Pacific Coast).
9/2/12 Miami Marlins called up P Tom Koehler from Triple-A New Orleans (Pacific Coast).
9/2/12 Miami Marlins called up P Dan Jennings from Triple-A New Orleans (Pacific Coast).
9/2/12 Cleveland Indians called up P Frank Herrmann from Triple-A Columbus (International).
9/2/12 Tampa Bay Rays called up P Brandon Gomes from Triple-A Durham (International).
9/2/12 Los Angeles Angels signed OF Natanael Delgado.

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