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Transactions for September 2, 2013

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9/2/13 Cincinnati Reds activated C Corky Miller from the 15-day disabled list (right quad contusion; went on 8/9).
9/2/13 Miami Marlins changed P Brian Flynn's roster status.
9/2/13 Arizona Diamondbacks placed LF Cody Ross on the 60-day disabled list (Fractured Right Hip).
9/2/13 Arizona Diamondbacks changed P Matt Langwell's roster status.
9/2/13 Cleveland Indians called up P Clay Rapada from Triple-A Columbus (International).
9/2/13 Cincinnati Reds outrighted P Pedro Villarreal from the 40-man roster.
9/2/13 New York Mets signed P Aaron Harang. Analysis
9/2/13 San Diego Padres called up P Burch Smith from Triple-A Tucson (Pacific Coast).
9/2/13 changed P Robert Coello's roster status.
9/2/13 Baltimore Orioles called up P Zach Britton from Triple-A Norfolk (International).
9/2/13 Seattle Mariners activated C Mike Zunino from the 15-day disabled list (Fractured hamate bone in left hand; went on 7/26).
9/2/13 New York Yankees called up P Preston Claiborne from Advanced-A Tampa (Florida State).
9/2/13 Detroit Tigers called up P Luke Putkonen from Advanced-A Lakeland (Florida State).
9/2/13 Atlanta Braves placed P Tim Hudson on the 60-day disabled list (Fractured right ankle).
9/2/13 Atlanta Braves selected the contract of P Kameron Loe from Triple-A Gwinnett (International).
9/2/13 Milwaukee Brewers changed P Michael Blazek's roster status. Analysis
9/2/13 Cincinnati Reds selected the contract of CF Billy Hamilton from Triple-A Louisville (International).
9/2/13 Cincinnati Reds called up PH Neftali Soto from Triple-A Louisville (International).
9/2/13 Cleveland Indians selected the contract of P Clay Rapada from Triple-A Columbus (International).

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