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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Like most athletes, All-Star Minnesota Twins first baseman Joe Mauer used to believe that success in the weight room comes by pushing as much weight as possible as often asJoe Mauer presents bittersweet All-Star cake to Bud Selig
Mauer not playing in hometown's All-Star game because of miserable season at plateTwins hope to put Joe Mauer on Rochester rehab assignment soon
Joe Mauer won't travel with the Twins when they leave for a six-game trip through Kansas City and Chicago on Tuesday. If all goes well, he won't be with them when they return for a two-game homestand against San Diego Aug. 5-6, either.Twins first baseman Joe Mauer goes on disabled list with oblique strain
Minnesota Twins first baseman Joe Mauer went on the 15-day disabled list Wednesday after hurting his side in a game Tuesday against the Kansas City Royals.Mauer is in control of his legacy
Joe Mauer has not caught nearly enough games to be judged by the standards that apply to catchers earning a plaque in Cooperstown.Twins notes: Mauer takes batting practice, Pelfrey starts throwing
Twins first baseman Joe Mauer (oblique) took batting practice indoors at Target Field on Wednesday as he works toward a likely rehab assignment.Twins: Joe Mauer could learn from Jason Kipnis' oblique battle
Joe Mauer spoke only briefly with Cleveland Indians second baseman Jason Kipnis this week.Mauer leaves game with strained muscle in side
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- Twins first baseman Joe Mauer has left Minnesota's game against the Kansas City Royals with a strained muscle in his right side.Minnesota Twins: Joe Mauer improving, but no return set
Twins general manager Terry Ryan said first baseman Joe Mauer is improving from an oblique strain that put him on the disabled list July 2.MLB roundup: Twins' Mauer goes on DL
The Minnesota Twins placed first baseman Joe Mauer on the 15-day disabled list with a right oblique strain, the team announced Wednesday.
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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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