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Andrew Baggarly of CSNBayArea.com 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 on base, but the Molina/Giants era was a good one. He helped mold these pitchers into what we have going strong today!
What’s your thoughts on Molina retiring and reflecting on his time as a Giant?
~King of Cali (Steven)
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