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Sep 15, 2014
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Joe Mauer drove in four runs with a pair of singles Monday against the Tigers.
Rotoworld Sep 15, 2014

Joe Mauer knocks in four runs - Joe Mauer (1B) Minnesota Twins

Joe Mauer drove in four runs with a pair of singles Monday against the Tigers.
KFFL Sep 15, 2014

Twins | Joe Mauer ends RBI drought

Minnesota Twins 1B Joe Mauer ended a 10-game RBI drought by driving in four runs ...
Chicago Sun-Times Sep 14, 2014

Twins spark memories for Paul Konerko

Minnesota Twins All-Star Joe Mauer and his manager, Ron Gardenhire, fought classic on-field battles with the White Sox — and always with admiring respect for Sox captain Paul Konerko. “He was always an example to young players of how you should conduct yourself,” Mauer said. “I’ve had the unfortunate experience of seeing him rounding the bases on us many times,” Gardenhire said. “He’s that professional guy who handled himself on and off the field. He...
KFFL Sep 11, 2014

Twins | Joe Mauer sitting Game 2

Minnesota Twins 1B Joe Mauer is not in the starting lineup Thursday, Sept. 11, for ...
Twinkie Town Sep 10, 2014

Twins 4, Indians 3: Oswaldo Arcia went boom

After it looked like this game was going to suck, it suddenly didn't suck. It looked like it was going to be another terrible, un-watchable night for us Twins fans. Jordon Schafer, batting first in place of the injured Danny Santana, drew a walk to lead-off the game, but was promptly picked off trying to steal second. Indians starter Trevor Bauer retried Brian Dozier and Joe Mauer to end the inning having thrown only 15 pitches. The second inning was even worse. Bauer again retired the Twins in-order on only 15 pitches. In the bottom of the second, Trevor May gave up a lead-off single to...
KFFL Sep 1, 2014

Twins | Big game for Joe Mauer

Minnesota Twins 1B Joe Mauer went 3-for-4 with three RBIs and two runs scored Monday, ...
Twinkie Town Sep 1, 2014

Recap: Mauer and Hughes Lead The Way, Twins Win 6-4

Joe had three hits and drove in four runs. Phil Hughes was Phil Hughes. After setting a record low of comments in our gamethread (seriously is it a record?) our Twins took care of business Monday afternoon, defeating the Baltimore Orioles 6-4. 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. Both Santana and Dozier moved up one base on a wild pitch from Kevin Gausman, while our messiah...

Mauer, Hughes carry Twins past Orioles

Joe Mauer had four RBI and Phil Hughes won his 15th game by allowing only three unearned runs over eight innings to keep Minnesota from being swept in the four-game series.

Minnesota Twins' beat Baltimore on Joe Mauer's 4 runs

BALTIMORE -- Joe Mauer seems to go into full run-production mode against the Baltimore Orioles.
St. Paul Pioneer Press Aug 31, 2014
Twins: Ailing Joe Mauer at DH for third straight day

Twins: Ailing Joe Mauer at DH for third straight day

BALTIMORE -- Joe Mauer spent a third straight game at designated hitter with what Twins manager Ron Gardenhire termed minor soreness in his left (non-throwing) shoulder.

Twinsights: Sore left shoulder puts Joe Mauer at DH for third straight day

BALTIMORE -- Joe Mauer spent a third straight game at designated hitter with what Twins manager Ron Gardenhire termed minor soreness in his left (non-throwing) shoulder. Rookie Kennys Vargas once again replaced Mauer in the field. “It’s not an issue. It’s not a big deal,” Gardenhire said. “Joe’s had a little soreness in his shoulder from diving and everything (in Kansas City). He can play.” According to Gardenhire, the Twins’ franchise player has approached him all three days this weekend offering to play first base. “He came up again today saying, ‘I’m fine. I’ll play...
St. Paul Pioneer Press Aug 29, 2014

Twins: Mauer felt pressure to make All-Star Game, Gardenhire says

BALTIMORE -- Now it can be told. For the first time Friday, Twins manager Ron Gardenhire shared his theory that Joe Mauer's alarmingly slow

Twinsights: All-star pressure got to Joe Mauer, manager says

BALTIMORE -- Now it can be told. For the first time Friday, Twins manager Ron Gardenhire shared his theory that Joe Mauer’s alarmingly slow first half was due to the pressure he felt in trying to make the first all-star game played in his hometown in a generation. “There’s no doubt he was pressing before the all-star game,” Gardenhire said. “It’s the first time in my career as a manager here that I’ve seen Joe Mauer really want something bad, and that was to play in that all-star game. I really think that played a part in it. I don’t think [...] The post Twinsights: All-star...
KFFL Aug 29, 2014

Twins | Joe Mauer returns

Minnesota Twins 1B Joe Mauer is batting third as the designated hitter Friday, Aug. 29, ...
St. Paul Pioneer Press Aug 28, 2014

Minnesota Twins: Joe Mauer rests for first time since Aug. 11

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Twins first baseman Joe Mauer was not in Thursday's starting lineup, marking the first time that has happened since he returned Aug. 11 from a six-week stint on the disabled list.

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