Joe Mauer

Joe Mauer
Birthdate 4/19/1983
Death Date
Debut Year 2004
Year of Induction 2024
Teams Twins
Positions Catcher, Designated Hitter, First Base

If Joe Mauer went 0-for-1,050, he’d still have a higher career on-base percentage than Hall of Fame catchers Johnny Bench, Gary Carter and Carlton Fisk.

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Lineup card signed by Joe Mauer as a minor leaguer

Lineup card signed by Joe Mauer as a minor leaguer

For the ten-year period from 2004-2013, catcher Joe Mauer was one of baseball’s best players. The three-time batting champ and 2009 AL MVP made six All Star games in those ten years while hitting .323 and tallying a .405 on-base percentage. His Hall of Fame case is strong. Since baseball integ
Closeup of Joe Mauer autograph

Closeup of Joe Mauer autograph

The lineup card is signed by four members of the 2003 Double-A New Britain Rock Cats, each of whom made the Major Leagues. Shown here is a closeup of Mauer’s signature who was batting sixth in the game. The catcher played 73 games for the Rock Cats in 2003 hitting .341 with a .400 on-base percentage. In addition to Mauer, the card is signed by MLB All Stars

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