By Anthony Caruso III
The Capital Sports Report
Owner/Managing Editor/Sr. Writer
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Joe Mauer has won the Major League Baseball on-base percentage crown.
The Minnesota Twins catcher/first baseman went 0-for-2 on Wednesday against the Toronto Blue Jays. He ended the season with a .319 batting average, which is his best batting average since .365 in 2009.
He ended the season with a .416 on-base percentage, which was tops in baseball. He was receiving boos earlier this year, especially at Target Field.
In the last two games, he had just one hit in 8 plate appearances. Since September 25th, he had just 7 hits in 25 appearances.
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