1. Joe Mauer and B.J. Surhoff: A Comparison

    The quote sticks in my mind: "A couple years down the road it might be scary what he'll be able to do." This was University of North Carolina pitcher Scott Bankhead's assessment of his battery mate in 1984...

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  2. Five Things You Won't See in the American League Central Division in 2009

    There's arguably no race in the Major League that is more difficult to predict than the American League Central Division. Last year was a prime example...

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  3. Joe Mauer: Injury-Prone or a Bad Case of Snakebite?

    "Good field, no hit." "Chokes in the clutch." "Uncoachable." These are tags that can doom a Major League career. Nobody can accuse Minnesota Twins catcher Joe Mauer of being anything else ...

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  4. Minnesota Twins Thankfully Thought Twice About Signing "Pudge"

    Is Ivan "Pudge" Rodriguez about to become a Minnesota Twin? Say it ain't so, Bill Smith. But that's the rumor that started circulating Friday in Twins territory, courtesy of SI.com's Jon Heyman...

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  5. Can Justin Morneau Do It Again Without Joe Mauer?

    Ruth and Gehrig...Mantle and Maris...Mays and McCovey...Aaron and Matthews. All superstars in their own right, all capable of carrying a team on their backs. Put them together and you had dynamite...

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  6. Are the Minnesota Twins Set for a Fall?

    Sure, the Minnesota Twins confounded the baseball pundits by nearly capturing the American League Central Division crown in 2008...

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