Joe Mauer

Twins’ Mauer Not Ready Yet
Twins' catcher Joe Mauer will stay on the disabled list Thursday despite being eligible to come off the disabled list because General Manager Bill Smith says he's not ready to return yet. Smith says Mauer was set back a week in his recovery because of a viral infection.
Twins Get Good News On Mauer
Twins' catcher Joe Mauer is feeling better this weekend after needing to be hospitalized Thursday night. Mauer has been fighting flu-like symptoms and after going to a doctor Friday it was determined that Mauer has a viral infection and that infection was causing his bilateral leg weakness. M…
Twins Place Mauer On DL
The Twins placed catcher Joe Mauer on the 15-day disabled list with leg weakness and called up catcher Steve Holm from triple-A Rochester to replace him on the active roster. Mauer will fly to Baltimore to see a specialist before returning to the Twin Cities to begin rehab.
Twins Rally Past Yankees 5-4 In 10 Innings
The Twins came from down 4-0 to beat the Yankees in New York 5-4 in 10 innings Tuesday night. Minnesota scored 4 runs in the 8th inning to force extra innings when Joe Mauer singled in Denard Span with the go-ahead run in the 10th inning. Delmon Young cleared the bases in the 8th inning with a dou…
Mauer Sings for Minnesota Tourism [VIDEO]
Here's a clever new TV ad from Explore Minnesota -- complete with a singing Joe Mauer.  It's one of those travelling camera "one-take" masterpieces just like those done so well by the Old Spice guy and the folks at Living Social.
Twins Beat Pirates 4-1; Mauer Has 2 Hits
The Twins beat the Pittsburgh Pirates 4-1 Monday afternoon in Bradenton, Florida. Joe Mauer went 2-3 with 1 RBI and both Matt Tolbert and Delmon Young were 2-3. Brian Duensing threw 5 innings with 3 hits and 1 unearned run to get the win and improve to 3-0 this spring. The Twins are 13-10 this sp…
Twins Beat Mets 4-3; Mauer Plays
Twins beat the New York Mets 4-3 in exhibition play in Fort Myers, Florida Wednesday afternoon. Joe Mauer made his exhibition debut and went 1-3 as the designated hitter. Danny Valencia went 2-2 with a run scored, Denard Span hit a solo homerun and Justin Morneau 0-3 playing first base.