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Transactions for October 30, 2012

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10/30/12 Arizona Diamondbacks selected the contract of PH Alfredo Marte from Double-A Mobile (Southern).
10/30/12 Chicago Cubs P Justin Germano filed for free agency.
10/30/12 Arizona Diamondbacks 1B Mike Jacobs filed for free agency.
10/30/12 Washington Nationals assigned P Brad Meyers to Triple-A Syracuse (International).
10/30/12 New York Yankees 3B Casey McGehee filed for free agency.
10/30/12 Cincinnati Reds activated P Nick Masset from the 60-day disabled list (to the 60-day disabled list; went on 6/15).
10/30/12 Cincinnati Reds activated P Ryan Madson from the 60-day disabled list (Recovering from April 2012 Tommy John surgery; went on 4/4).
10/30/12 Chicago Cubs 3B Joe Mather filed for free agency.
10/30/12 Houston Astros designated 1B Matt Downs for assignment.
10/30/12 Oakland Athletics P Dallas Braden filed for free agency. Analysis
10/30/12 Oakland Athletics P Joey Devine filed for free agency. Analysis
10/30/12 Texas Rangers selected the contract of P Justin Miller from Triple-A Round Rock (Pacific Coast).
10/30/12 Texas Rangers activated P Neftali Feliz from the 60-day disabled list (to the 60-day disabled list; went on 6/16).
10/30/12 Houston Astros outrighted P Enerio Del Rosario from the 40-man roster.

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