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Updated: March 22nd, 2012 7:36am
Twins re-assign Phil Dumatrait, four others to minor league camp

Twins re-assign Phil Dumatrait, four others to minor league camp

by Tom Pelissero
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FORT MYERS, Fla. -- The cuts keep coming for the Minnesota Twins.

On Thursday morning, the team reassigned five players to minor league camp: pitchers Sam Deduno and Phil Dumatrait, catcher Danny Lehmann, infielder Ray Chang and outfielder Matt Carson.

The Twins cut a dozen players earlier in the week and returned Rule 5 draft pick Terry Doyle to the Chicago White Sox on Wednesday.

The latest cuts leave 39 players in big-league camp: 18 pitchers, five catchers, 10 infielders and six outfielders. Camp started with 67 players (33 pitchers).

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In this story: Terry Doyle, Phil Dumatrait