ST. LOUIS Yadier Molina didn't say much.
It was just past 10 on Sunday morning, hours before St. Louis Cardinals fans would shower their catcher with a standing ovation as he accepted his fifth consecutive Gold Glove and second consecutive Platinum Glove.
"It makes me feel good," Molina said of the awards he would receive at home plate then add to the collection in his home office. "It makes me proud. That's what you work for. You want to be the best at your position."
Molina won't brag on himself much more than that. To hear why and how he is the best, you have to ask his teammates, or Cardinals manager Mike Matheny. Or, better yet, walk down a hallway and visit the clubhouse used by his opponents.
Milwaukee Brewers catcher Jonathan Lucroy mentioned the arm.
Molina, a four-time All-Star, threw out 48 percent of the base runners who tried to catch him sleeping last year. Headed into Sunday's game the 12th of this young season he had already cut down two.
"It's tough, beca...