1. Joe Mauer picked hardball as his life's pursuit, and Twins fans ought to wake up every morning thankful for that.
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3. On December 11, 2011, Joe Mauer announced his engagement to Saint Paul nurse Maddie Bisanz, his girlfriend of about 18 months and a fellow graduate of Cretin-Derham Hall High School.
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9. Joe Mauer hit his 1,000th career Major League hit on September 14, 2010 against the Chicago White Sox at US Cellular Field.
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11. Joe Mauer was the youngest player to win a batting title since Alex Rodriguez in 1996.
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15. Joe Mauer set a Minnesota high school record and tied the national preps mark by hitting a home run in seven consecutive games.
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17. Joe Mauer officially announced his retirement and is arguably one of the greatest players to put on a Minnesota Twins uniform.
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18. Joe Mauer is leaving the field after a 15-year major league career, but not Minnesota or the Twins.
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21. Joe Mauer formalized his goodbye to the game Monday at a news conference packed with people with whom.
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22. Joe Mauer announced his retirement from baseball Friday, ending a professional career spent entirely in the Twins' organization.
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25. Joe Mauer wrote a letter to Twins fans that the team published on their website Friday.
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28. Joe Mauer formalized his goodbye to the game on Monday at a news conference packed with people he's close to.
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29. Joe Mauer is leaving the playing field after a 15-year major league career, but not Minnesota or the Twins.
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30. On Monday, the organization and Joe Mauer hosted an official retirement news conference.
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41. Joe Mauer made the announcement by writing a letter to Twins fans on Friday.
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43. Joe Mauer announced his retirement from baseball after 15 seasons with the Minnesota Twins.
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44. Joe Mauer retires after 15 seasons with Twins, writes goodbye letter to Minnesota fans.
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49. Joe Mauer has played his final game, a decision he announced Friday but one that can be traced back to.
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50. In 2012 Joe Mauer bought a house in Sunfish Lake, Minnesota.
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51. On December 11, 2011, Joe Mauer announced his engagement to St Paul nurse Maddie Bisanz, his girlfriend of about 18 months and a fellow graduate of Cretin-Derham Hall High School.
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52. Joe Mauer shared a house with former Twins teammate Justin Morneau in St Paul during the 2006 season.
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54. Joe Mauer appeared in a TV commercial for Explore Minnesota, the state tourism agency, in March 2011.
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55. Joe Mauer was selected as a catcher and first baseman for Team USA in the 2013 World Baseball Classic.
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58. Joe Mauer started his 13th Opening Day in 2017, tying with Harmon Killebrew for the franchise record.
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60. Joe Mauer was the Twins' Opening Day catcher, with Ryan Doumit as his backup, and saw time at first base and designated hitter.
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62. Joe Mauer returned to play with the Minnesota Twins on June 17, 2011 and received a standing ovation from the fans.
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64. On November 23 Joe Mauer was named the 2009 American League Most Valuable Player by the Baseball Writers' Association of America, with 27 of 28 first place votes.
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66. Joe Mauer was named the American League's 2009 MVP by a near-unanimous decision.
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71. Joe Mauer went 2-for-3 in his Major League debut, hitting a single off Rafael Betancourt of the Cleveland Indians for his first major-league hit.
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72. Joe Mauer was selected by the Twins as the first overall pick of the 2001 draft, ahead of college pitcher Mark Prior, who was taken second overall by the Chicago Cubs.
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