Posted September 01, 2012 on AP on Fox
The New York Yankees have promoted Eduardo Nunez from Triple-A and put him in the starting lineup against Baltimore. Nunez was listed as the designated hitter Saturday. He has previously played the infield and outfield for the AL East-leading Yankees. Nunez was among six players promoted from the minors as the big league roster expanded. Right-handers Cory Wade and Adam Warren, lefty Justin Thomas and catcher Francisco Cervelli were recalled from Scranton/Wilkes-Barre. Outfielder Chris Dickerson was added to the roster and infielder Ramiro Pena was designated for assignment.
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