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In Touch 5/24/24

Patricia Kendall with the Dacotah Prairie Museum join us to talk about an upcoming exhibit and more…

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Aberdeen City Council candidate Rich Ward joins us to talk about his campaign to represent the northwest district…

Former Twins catcher Joe Mauer enshrined in the Minnesota Twins hall of fame

Former Minnesota Twins catcher Joe Mauer has been enshrined in the Minnesota Twins Hall of Fame. The ceremony took place Saturday before the team’s game against the Arizona Diamondbacks. Mauer is the 38th member of the Twins Hall of Fame and joins the ranks of other Twins greats including Tony Oliva, Harmon Killebrew, Kent Hrbek and more. A Minnesota native, Mauer was selected by the Twins first overall in the 2001 MLB draft. He chose to sign with the Twins out of high school, forgoing scholarships to play college football. He played his entire 14 year career with Minnesota winning three gold gloves, being named to six all-star games, winning three batting championships and the AL MVP in 2009.