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10/12/12 Pittsburgh Pirates placed SS Jack Wilson on the 15-day disabled list (retroactive to April 4, 2008).
10/12/12 Oakland Athletics changed P Brandon McCarthy's roster status.
10/12/12 Oakland Athletics changed P Jim Miller's roster status.
10/12/12 Oakland Athletics changed CF Jermaine Mitchell's roster status.
10/12/12 Oakland Athletics called up CF Jermaine Mitchell from Triple-A Sacramento (Pacific Coast).
10/12/12 Oakland Athletics called up P Brad Peacock from Triple-A Sacramento (Pacific Coast).
10/12/12 Oakland Athletics changed P Tyson Ross's roster status.
10/12/12 Oakland Athletics changed P Dan Straily's roster status.
10/12/12 Oakland Athletics called up RF Michael Taylor from Triple-A Sacramento (Pacific Coast).
10/12/12 Oakland Athletics changed 2B Brandon Hicks's roster status.
10/12/12 Oakland Athletics changed RF Collin Cowgill's roster status. Analysis
10/12/12 Pittsburgh Pirates placed SS Jack Wilson on the 15-day disabled list (retroactive to April 25, 2009).
10/12/12 Milwaukee Brewers outrighted 2B Eric Farris from the 40-man roster.
10/12/12 Milwaukee Brewers outrighted P Cody Scarpetta from the 40-man roster.
10/12/12 San Francisco Giants activated LF Melky Cabrera from the restricted list (went on 8/15).
10/12/12 San Francisco Giants outrighted PH Justin Christian from the 40-man roster.
10/12/12 San Francisco Giants outrighted P Shane Loux from the 40-man roster.
10/12/12 Oakland Athletics changed 1B Daric Barton's roster status.
10/12/12 Oakland Athletics changed P Jesse Chavez's roster status.
10/12/12 Oakland Athletics changed DH Jemile Weeks's roster status.

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