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.
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Joe Mauer might be a Hall of Famer one day, and he only struck out one time as a high school player. Paul Feiner is the man who did it.Joe Mauer OK with Minnesota Twins game-day cellphone ban
FORT MYERS, Fla. -- Franchise first baseman Joe Mauer was asked Saturday what he thinks of the new rules first-time manager Paul Molitor has instituted for the Twins clubhouse.With concussion behind him, Mauer ready to bounce back
It was an offseason of changes for the Twins after their fourth straight year of a least 92 losses, and as a result, Joe Mauer sees more optimism heading into this season than in years past.Twins do best Joe Mauer impersonations during picture day
It was picture day today at Twins camp, so all the players were doing their best to try and look as good as possible... when they weren't teasing Joe Mauer.Molitor says Mauer won't bat lower than third
Twins manager Paul Molitor said he still hasn't decided where Joe Mauer will bat in the lineup this season, but that he won't hit any lower than third in the order.Twins settle into spruced-up spring training home
For the Minnesota Twins, spring training has become a much fancier place. Renovations to Hammond Stadium at the CenturyLink Sports Complex in Fort Myers were ceremonially opened to the public on Sunday, as Twins standouts Joe Mauer, Glen Perkins, Brian Dozier and Torii Hunter posed for pictures and fans toured the spruced-up seating areas and added amenities. There's new space for weight ...Hometown boys Molitor, Mauer trying to turn Twins around
On a chilly winter afternoon in St. Paul, two St. Paul natives sat down for lunch at a St. Paul restaurant and did what St. Paul guys do - they talked about what it's going to take to fix the Minnesota Twins. Paul Molitor was the newly named Twins manager. Across the table was Joe Mauer, the face of the franchise.Molitor goes with regulars in first Grapefruit lineup
New Twins manager Paul Molitor didn't waste any time getting his regulars into the lineup for the Grapefruit League opener against the Red Sox, as he penciled in nearly every projected Twins starter Thursday night.Paul Molitor places restrictions on mobile devices in Twins clubhouse
Twins players will be required to turn off their mobile devices 30 minutes before first pitch and keep them off throughout the entire game.Tom Powers: Twins hire coach, get movie star as bonus
FORT MYERS, Fla. -- Little did the Twins know they had a movie star in their midst. Not just any movie star, either, but one who appeared in the classic baseball film "Bull Durham."
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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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