Inge in, Hughes out in Oakland

Former Twin Luke Hughes, who caught on with the Oakland after being released by Minnesota, has been released by the A's to make room for ex-Tiger Brandon Inge.
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Former Twin Luke Hughes, who caught on with the Oakland after being released by Minnesota, has been released by the A's to make room for ex-Tiger Brandon Inge.

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