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Transactions for September 11, 2012

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9/11/12 Baltimore Orioles selected the contract of RF Endy Chavez from Triple-A Norfolk (International).
9/11/12 New York Yankees called up LF Melky Mesa from Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre (International).
9/11/12 Houston Astros activated SS Jed Lowrie from the 15-day disabled list (Right Ankle Sprain; went on 7/15). Analysis
9/11/12 Los Angeles Dodgers called up RF Elian Herrera from Triple-A Albuquerque (Pacific Coast).
9/11/12 Los Angeles Dodgers called up P Stephen Fife from Triple-A Albuquerque (Pacific Coast).
9/11/12 San Francisco Giants outrighted P Steve Edlefsen from the 40-man roster.
9/11/12 Los Angeles Dodgers placed 3B Adam Kennedy on the 60-day disabled list (Strained right groin).
9/11/12 San Francisco Giants activated P Clay Hensley from the 15-day disabled list (Right groin strain; went on 8/29).
9/11/12 Los Angeles Dodgers activated 2B Dee Gordon from the 60-day disabled list (to the 60-Day disabled list; went on 8/30).
9/11/12 Baltimore Orioles designated 2B Ryan Adams for assignment.
9/11/12 Baltimore Orioles designated P Kevin Gregg for assignment. Analysis
9/11/12 Baltimore Orioles selected the contract of LF L.J. Hoes from Triple-A Norfolk (International).
9/11/12 Toronto Blue Jays signed C Luis Dominguez.

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