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Tolbert, Repko, Slama optioned to AAA

The Minnesota Twins outrighted infielder Matt Tolbert, outfielder Jason Repko, catcher Rene Rivera, and reliever Anthony Slama to Triple-A Rochester. Tolbert, Repko, and Rivera become free agents but the Twins decided to retain the rights to Slama. The moves create room on the 40-man roster.
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The Minnesota Twins outrighted infielder Matt Tolbert, outfielder Jason Repko, catcher Rene Rivera, and reliever Anthony Slama to Triple-A Rochester. Tolbert, Repko, and Rivera become free agents but the Twins decided to retain the rights to Slama. The moves create room on the 40-man roster.

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