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Transactions for October 25, 2012

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10/25/12 Arizona Diamondbacks activated C Henry Blanco from the 60-day disabled list (to the 60-day disabled list; went on 9/4).
10/25/12 Chicago Cubs outrighted 2B Adrian Cardenas from the 40-man roster.
10/25/12 Chicago Cubs outrighted P Miguel Socolovich from the 40-man roster.
10/25/12 Chicago Cubs outrighted P Marcos Mateo from the 40-man roster.
10/25/12 New York Mets claimed C Anthony Recker off waivers from Chicago Cubs.
10/25/12 Pittsburgh Pirates designated PH Jeff Clement for assignment.
10/25/12 Pittsburgh Pirates designated C Eric Fryer for assignment.
10/25/12 San Diego Padres outrighted P Thad Weber from the 40-man roster.
10/25/12 Los Angeles Angels signed 2B Angel Sanchez.
10/25/12 Chicago Cubs outrighted P Jason Berken from the 40-man roster.
10/25/12 Pittsburgh Pirates claimed C Ali Solis off waivers from San Diego Padres.
10/25/12 Arizona Diamondbacks activated P Daniel Hudson from the 60-day disabled list (to the 60-day disabled list; went on 9/1).
10/25/12 Arizona Diamondbacks outrighted P Jonathan Albaladejo from the 40-man roster.
10/25/12 Arizona Diamondbacks outrighted PR Tyler Graham from the 40-man roster.
10/25/12 Arizona Diamondbacks outrighted 1B Mike Jacobs from the 40-man roster.
10/25/12 Arizona Diamondbacks outrighted P Joe Martinez from the 40-man roster.
10/25/12 Arizona Diamondbacks outrighted 3B Cody Ransom from the 40-man roster.
10/25/12 Seattle Mariners outrighted DH Luis Antonio Jimenez from the 40-man roster.
10/25/12 Pittsburgh Pirates claimed P Chad Beck off waivers from Toronto Blue Jays.
10/25/12 Oakland Athletics assigned P Mike Ekstrom to the major league roster.

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