Found February 28, 2012 on Fangraphs:
The eldest of the flying Molina trio, Bengie Molina officially hung up his cleats Monday, though technically they hadn’t been used in well over a year. And while the news of his retirement flew under the radar a bit — perhaps due to not playing in over a year, and perhaps because it was overshado...

SF Giants Rumors: Big Money Bengie Molina Retires

Andrew Baggarly of reports that catcher Bengie Molina has retired. Molina didn’t play in 2011, but never officially announced his retirement either.   Big Money was great with the San Francisco Giants young pitching staff. Molina came through with a lot of clutch hits for the Giants as well. I’m sure everyone remembers him clogging the bases when he would get...

Bengie Molina announces his retirement

Grab some pine, meat. Or at least a fishing pole. Former Giants catcher Bengie Molina has retired, according to Comcast SportsNet’s <a title="CSN Bay Area: "Former Giant Molina surprised, honored by retirement bash"" href="" target...

Former Halso catcher hopes to catch on as coach

Reporting from Tempe, Ariz. That was a quick transition. Three days after officially announcing his retirement as a player, former Angels catcher Bengie Molina was in camp as a guest instructor Tuesday, a three-day gig he hopes might turn into something more long-term. "I'm just trying to help as many kids as I can, and maybe it will be the beginning of something,"...

Bengie Molina Retires

Catcher Bengie Molina has elected to retire after sitting out the 2011 season, Andrew Baggarly of reports. In his last season, 2010 with the Giants and the Rangers, he hit .249/.297/.326 with 5 home runs and 36 RBIs in 118 games.  That was a sharp drop from 2009 where he hit .265/.285/.442 with 20 home runs and 80 RBIs over 132 games. Molina posted a .274...

Cardinals nearly extension with Yadier Molina

The St Louis Cardinals and catcher Yadier Molina are reportedly coming close to reaching an agreement on a contract extension that is expected to run for five years. The money has been rumored at between $60 and $75 million for the life of the contract, which would be betwen $12 and $15 million a season. Joe Mauer has the highest average value of a contract for a catcher of all...
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