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  2. Joe Mauer - Wikipedia

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    Joe Mauer returned to play with the Minnesota Twins on June 17, 2011 and received a standing ovation from the fans. He made his first Major League start at first base on July 7, 2011, in Chicago, where he turned the first ball hit to him into an unassisted double play.

  3. Does the computer think Joe Mauer is a HOFer? - batting 9th ...

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    Comparing Joe Mauer directly to specific players, especially historical figures from different eras in baseball, doesn't make much sense to me. I expect Joe Mauer will get in. He was one of the ...

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  5. Ken Mauer - Wikipedia

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    Ken Mauer Jr. (born April 23, 1955 in St. Paul, Minnesota) is a former official in the National Basketball Association (NBA) from the 1986–87 NBA season to the 2021-22 NBA season. [1] [2] As of the beginning of the 2017–18 NBA season , Mauer officiated in 1,717 regular season and 229 playoff games. [3]

  6. Interview: Joe Mauer talks Twins leadership, Minnesota baseball

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    Interview: Joe Mauer talks Twins leadership, Minnesota baseball The former Twins star and high school standout spoke with Mike Max about the Twins' season and the state high school baseball ...

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  8. Catcher JAWS Leaders | Baseball-Reference.com

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    Catcher JAWS Leaders. Get Jay Jaffe's book The Cooperstown Casebook where he outlines who should and shouldn't be in the Hall of Fame based on his JAWS metric used here.. JAWS (Jaffe WAR Score system) was developed by sabermetrician Jay Jaffe as a means to measure a player's Hall of Fame worthiness.

  9. Future Eligibles | Baseball Hall of Fame

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    Carlos Beltrán. Nine-time All-Star and 1999 American League Rookie of the Year played 20 big league seasons for the Royals, Astros, Mets, Giants, Cardinals, Yankees and Rangers…Three-time Gold Glove Award winner in center field and a two-time Silver Slugger Award winner…Drove in 100-or-more runs in eight seasons and topped the 20-home run mark 12 times…Career stolen base success rate of ...

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    Joe Deters (157) Carl Lindner (153) Greg Hartmann (150) Alison Green (146) Ernie Fletcher (146) David Pepper (145) Warren Buffett (145) Nelson Peltz (143) Mitt Romney (138) Jill Meyer (137 ...

  11. Career Leaders & Records for WAR Position Players | Baseball ...

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    Career WAR/pos Leaders:1.Barry Bonds/162.8/12606, 2.Babe Ruth+/162.7/10626, 3.Willie Mays+/156.1/12545, 4.Ty Cobb+/151.4/13103, 5.Henry Aaron+/143.0/13941, 6.Tris ...