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The Cincinnati Reds have activated left-handed reliever Manny Parra, who was suffering from a pectoral injury since late April, from the 15-day disabled list on Friday. Making room for Parra on the active roster, Cincinnati placed left-handed reliever Sean Marshall on the disabled list due to a left shoulder sprain. Marshall most likely will be out for longer than the standard two weeks.
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