Mauer moves up in All-Star voting

Joe Mauer is still a long way behind Rangers' catcher Mike Napoli, but he's moved into second place in American League All-Star votes for catchers. No other Twins player is a top-five vote getter at any position.
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Joe Mauer is still a long way behind Rangers' catcher Mike Napoli, but he's moved into second place in American League All-Star votes for catchers. No other Twins player is a top-five vote getter at any position.

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