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9/10/12 Philadelphia Phillies selected the contract of PH Darin Ruf from Double-A Reading (Eastern).
9/10/12 St. Louis Cardinals called up 1B Steven Hill from Triple-A Memphis (Pacific Coast).
9/10/12 Houston Astros selected the contract of P Enerio Del Rosario from Triple-A Oklahoma (Pacific Coast). Analysis
9/10/12 Houston Astros released P Francisco Cordero. Analysis
9/10/12 Tampa Bay Rays signed C Jesus Trinidad.
9/10/12 Tampa Bay Rays signed P Herminio Germoso.
9/10/12 Minnesota Twins signed RF Jet Hernandez.
9/10/12 Minnesota Twins signed P Johan Quezada.
9/10/12 Minnesota Twins signed SS Joel Ramirez.
9/10/12 Colorado Rockies called up P Josh Outman from Double-A Tulsa (Texas).
9/10/12 Atlanta Braves activated SS Andrelton Simmons from the 15-day disabled list (Non-displaced fracture of the fifth metacarpal in right hand; went on 7/13).
9/10/12 Philadelphia Phillies placed P Michael Stutes on the 60-day disabled list (to the 60-day disabled list).
9/10/12 Oakland Athletics called up 1B Daric Barton from Triple-A Sacramento (Pacific Coast). Analysis
9/10/12 Oakland Athletics called up P Jesse Chavez from Triple-A Sacramento (Pacific Coast). Analysis
9/10/12 Oakland Athletics called up DH Jemile Weeks from Triple-A Sacramento (Pacific Coast). Analysis
9/10/12 Pittsburgh Pirates selected the contract of P Rick VandenHurk from Triple-A Indianapolis (International). Analysis
9/10/12 Pittsburgh Pirates called up 2B Chase d'Arnaud from Triple-A Indianapolis (International).
9/10/12 Pittsburgh Pirates called up P Bryan Morris from Triple-A Indianapolis (International). Analysis
9/10/12 Pittsburgh Pirates designated P Evan Meek for assignment. Analysis

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