An American baseball catcher, Joe Mauer earned fame as a member of the Minnesota Twins
. An exceptional athlete, Mauer excels both at the plate and behind it. Mauer finished the 2006 regular season with a .347 batting average, becoming the first-ever American League catcher to win the crown and the first catcher to claim the title since Ernie Lombardi in 1942 with the Boston Braves.
Joe Mauer exits game with elbow bruise
Twins first baseman Joe Mauer was removed from Tuesday's game with a right elbow contusion, the team announced.Twins: Joe Mauer won't mess with Justin Morneau's 'mojo'
It's well documented that Joe Mauer and Justin Morneau are close friends, but not now, not with Morneau leading the race for the National League batting title.Joe Mauer a no-go in nightcap Thursday
The Twins are resting veteran Joe Mauer in the nightcap of their Thursday doubleheader in Cleveland.Minnesota Twins give Paul Konerko first of AL Central salutes
Joe Mauer, Glen Perkins and Ron Gardenhire present bottle of wine and charitable donation for White Sox captain before his last game in Minnesota If teams like the Cubs and Yankees want to salute Konerko, that's really cool, but the other clubs with no connection to him didn't have to manufacture one for the sake of fitting in. It started with the Minnesota Twins, as Joe Mauer, Glen Perkins and ...Twins 1B Mauer leaves with bruised right elbow
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- Minnesota Twins first-baseman Joe Mauer was forced out of the game after being struck in the right elbow by a pitch from Arizona Diamondbacks starter Andrew Chafin in the first inning.Elbow contusion keeps Mauer out of lineup
The Twins held first baseman Joe Mauer out of the lineup for precautionary reasons on Wednesday after sustaining a right elbow contusion in Tuesday's 6-3 win over the D-backs.Joe Mauer Leaves With Bruised Right Elbow
Minnesota Twins first-baseman Joe Mauer was forced out of the game after being struck in the right elbow by a pitch from Arizona Diamondbacks starter Andrew Chafin in the first inning.Mauer exits game early with right elbow contusion
Twins first baseman Joe Mauer left Tuesday's game against the D-backs in the second inning with a right elbow contusion. He's day to day.Twins first baseman Joe Mauer winding up 'tough year'
DETROIT -- A few flecks of gray have started to show up in Joe Mauer's close-cropped brown hair.Recap: Mauer and Hughes Lead The Way, Twins Win 6-4
Phil Hughes was Phil Hughes. Despite DHing for the 4th straight day, Joe Mauer had a great day at the plate going 3-4 and drove in four. After five scoreless innings, Minnesota would get on the board in the sixth when Danny Santana and Brian Dozier stroked back-back one-out singles.
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Joe was a highly touted quarterback coming out of high school, and was expected to accept a scholarship to play QB at Florida State before being swayed by his hometown team, the Minnesota Twins.
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