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Transactions for September 16, 2013

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9/16/13 Cincinnati Reds activated P Johnny Cueto from the 60-day disabled list (Tightness in his right lat; went on 8/22).
9/16/13 Los Angeles Angels activated P Robert Coello from the 60-day disabled list (Right shoulder inflammation; went on 8/21).
9/16/13 Chicago Cubs released 3B Cody Ransom.
9/16/13 Los Angeles Angels called up P Tommy Hanson from Triple-A Salt Lake (Pacific Coast).
9/16/13 Los Angeles Angels selected the contract of LF Efren Navarro from Triple-A Salt Lake (Pacific Coast).
9/16/13 Los Angeles Angels called up 2B Tommy Field from Triple-A Salt Lake (Pacific Coast).
9/16/13 Baltimore Orioles activated DH Henry Urrutia from the restricted list (went on 9/13).
9/16/13 Baltimore Orioles designated DH Wilson Betemit for assignment. Analysis
9/16/13 Cincinnati Reds designated P Kyle Lotzkar for assignment.
9/16/13 Cincinnati Reds designated P Josh Ravin for assignment.
9/16/13 Cincinnati Reds activated P Sean Marshall from the 60-day disabled list (Sprained left shoulder; went on 7/23).
9/16/13 Arizona Diamondbacks activated P J.J. Putz from the 15-day disabled list (Dislocated right pinky finger; went on 8/24).
9/16/13 Los Angeles Dodgers activated LF Matt Kemp from the 15-day disabled list (Left ankle sprain; went on 7/24).
9/16/13 Los Angeles Angels selected the contract of P Matt Shoemaker from Triple-A Salt Lake (Pacific Coast).

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