Here are today's minor transactions, with the latest at the top of the page…
- The Giants will call up eight minor leaguers before Tuesday's game, manager Bruce Bochy announced today (Andrew Baggarly of CSNBayArea.com has the details). Two of those players, Heath Hembree and Johnny Monell, will have to be added to the club's 40-man roster. Baggarly speculates that Kensuke Tanaka and Dan Runzler could be candidates to be removed from the 40-man since they weren't among the list of callups.
- The Phillies announced six September callups, including catcher Cameron Rupp, whose contract was selected from Triple-A. Rupp, a third-round pick in the 2010 draft, has hit .258/.334/.401 with 33 homers over 1334 minor league plate appearances.
- The Marlins have called up left-hander Brian Flynn, Clark Spencer of the Miami Herald tweets, and Flynn will make his Major League debut in a start against the Cubs on Wednesday. The Marlins will officially select Flynn's contract from Triple-A New Orleans tomorrow, according to the team's transactions page. Flynn, 23, has a 2.80 ERA in 23 Triple-A starts this season, with a 3.05 K/BB and 122 strikeouts over 138 innings.