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Mauer: 'I'm doing everything I can to get healthy'

Joe Mauer was at Target Field Monday and met with the media for the first time since being diagnosed with pneumonia. He reassured reporters that he has nothing more serious than pneumonia. Mauer is doing everything he can to return healthier in 2012.
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Joe Mauer was at Target Field Monday and met with the media for the first time since being diagnosed with pneumonia. He reassured reporters that he has nothing more serious than pneumonia. Mauer is doing everything he can to return healthier in 2012.

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