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Transactions for April 22, 2013

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4/22/13 Philadelphia Phillies called up P Jonathan Pettibone from Triple-A Lehigh Valley (International).
4/22/13 Baltimore Orioles called up P Alex Burnett from Triple-A Norfolk (International). Analysis
4/22/13 Baltimore Orioles optioned P Jake Arrieta to Triple-A Norfolk (International). Analysis
4/22/13 changed P Sean Marshall's roster status.
4/22/13 Los Angeles Angels called up P David Carpenter from Triple-A Salt Lake (Pacific Coast).
4/22/13 Atlanta Braves assigned P David Carpenter to Triple-A Gwinnett (International).
4/22/13 Atlanta Braves activated 1B Freddie Freeman from the 15-day disabled list (Strained right oblique; went on 4/7).
4/22/13 Atlanta Braves optioned P David Carpenter to Triple-A Gwinnett (International).
4/22/13 Houston Astros optioned P Brett Oberholtzer to Triple-A Oklahoma (Pacific Coast).
4/22/13 Houston Astros called up P Jose Cisnero from Triple-A Oklahoma (Pacific Coast).
4/22/13 Philadelphia Phillies optioned P Joe Savery to Triple-A Lehigh Valley (International).
4/22/13 Cleveland Indians activated P Matt Albers from the restricted list (went on 4/19).
4/22/13 Cleveland Indians designated P Fernando Nieve for assignment.
4/22/13 Boston Red Sox optioned P Allen Webster to Triple-A Pawtucket (International).
4/22/13 Kansas City Royals optioned P Will Smith to Triple-A Omaha (Pacific Coast).
4/22/13 Toronto Blue Jays traded LF Casper Wells to Oakland Athletics. Analysis
4/22/13 Oakland Athletics placed 3B Scott Sizemore on the 60-day disabled list (April 2013 left knee surgery). Analysis
4/22/13 changed P John Lackey's roster status.
4/22/13 Miami Marlins P John Maine filed for free agency. Analysis

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