Slama is in his seventh professional season, and made his MLB debut with the Minnesota Twins during the 2010 season, appearing in five games out of the bullpen. He reached the Majors for two more games in 2011, also with the Twins. He has spent the bulk of the last three seasons with the Rochester Red Wings, Minnesota’s Triple-A affiliate, including 13 games with Rochester this season before joining York. Slama was most impressive with Rochester; last year in 31 games and 36.1 innings he had just a 1.24 ERA and notched 14 saves. The prior season in 2011, he carried a 2.92 ERA in 27 games and 37 innings with a save. In 2010, he appeared in a career-high 54 games with Rochester, and sported a 2.20 ERA in 65.1 innings and notched 17 saves. In seven years total in the Twins organization, he has 102 saves. Slama saved a career-high 29 games in 2009, with 25 at Double-A New Britain and four more at Rochester. He also posted 25 saves in 2008 at A-Advanced Fort Myers. The southern California native was drafted by the Twins in 2006 out of the University of San Diego.