It comes down to the final day of the regular season.
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He developed an adhesive that could stick to paper – repeatedly – without damaging the paper.
How does an early January game at Lambeau Field sound?
The tournament will be held in July.
The former No. 3 overall pick is headed to Green Bay.
He died Wednesday after a battle with Alzheimer's.
Joe Mauer is out of the lineup for a fourth straight game because of a sore thumb. Meanwhile, Chris Parmelee is starting at first base as he rejoins the Twins from AAA Rochester. Parmelee credits ex-Twin Tom Brunansky for helping him "clear" his head in during his short stint in the minors.
It's been a while since Joe Mauer and Justin Morneau both homered in the same game, but it happened in the Twins' 10-9 win over the Angels on Thursday. Mauer was booed before he hit his home run, but he says "this is a new ball club and a new team, and we're going to fight until that 27th out is recorded."
KFAN's A.j. Mansour takes a close look at Joe Mauer's decline since winning the American League MVP Award in 2009. The numbers are staggering, but it goes to show just how good Mauer was at one time.
Ron Gardenhire says he'll do everything he can to keep Joe Mauer on the field as much as possible this season. How much catcher will Mauer play? That's for Gardenhire to decide. He says he'll give Mauer plenty of days off, "but for the most part", he'll be the judge of when Mauer needs rest.
The Twins split squad beat the Red Sox, 2-1 Friday night. Joe Mauer made his spring training debut at first base and finished 1-2 with a walk. Justin Morneau's spring struggles continued as he went 0-4.
Joe Mauer took a nasty foul tipped baseball to his left knee in the ninth inning of the Twins' win over Kansas City on Sunday. He stayed in the game, but afterward said, "it's pretty sore right now." Mauer will try and do everything he can to control the swelling with hopes to play against the Angels Monday night.
Albert Pujols, the ex-St. Louis Cardinals star who signed with the Angels this year, is hearing the same things Joe Mauer heard last year. After an ultra-slow start in April, some are wondering if his mega-contract (10 years, $240 million) was worth it.
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