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St. Louis Cardinals
Tampa Bay Rays
It has been a tumultuous off-season for the World Series Champion St. Louis Cardinals, as they lost their face of the franchise first baseman, their iconic manager, and a couple of key front office members. However, life goes on, and it is time for the Cards to focus on the players they do have o...
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JUPITER, Fla. -- The St. Louis Cardinals and All-Star catcher Yadier Molina have tabled talks for a possible contract extension, at least for now.
Molina, who will make 7 million this year, enters the final year of what became a 5-year, 22.5 million deal after his option was picked up shortly after the World Series ended.
"We were talking for the last two weeks and we'...
Yadier Molina is an elite catcher. A fan favorite. A burgeoning hitter. And about to sit down at the high stakes poker game with the Cardinals. By the end of July, Yadier Molina will be playing for a different team or signed to at least a 5 year deal. Let's back up, first. Molina gave an interview to Hall of Fame writer Rick Hummel over the weekend where he laid out his motives...
A career backup with two World Series rings, Jose Molina is excited about having an opportunity to become an everyday catcher with the Tampa Bay Rays.
At least as regular as you reasonably can expect at age 36.
The brother of a couple of other two-time World Series winners, Bengie and Yadier Molina, signed with the Rays this offseason. Manager Joe Maddon envisions a healthy '...
Pitchers and catchers went through their first workout on Tuesday in Port Charlotte and off-season acquisition Jose Molina was one of the day's big storylines. In just his first day in a Rays' uniform, the middle-Molina brother has already shown why the organization sought his services this off-season and the entire camp was abuzz about what the veteran catcher will bring...
Yadier Molina will become a free agent following the 2012 MLB season with the St. Louis Cardinals, and he has already made it clear to everyone involved that he will not negotiate a long term deal once the regular season begins. That may not resonate well with cardinals fans, who saw Albert Pujols go the exact same route last season, only to leave for greener pastures...
Nearly complete with our look around the St. Louis Cardinals we land on catcher this week. With the absence of both Tony LaRussa and Dave Duncan, Yadier Molina’s role might be more important than any other Cardinal heading into 2012.
New manager Mike Matheny originally joined the St. Louis Cardinals before the 2000 season and stuck around through 2004, bringing great stability...
The Cardinals and catcher Yadier Molina have put discussions about a contract extension on hold after the two sides were unable to reach an agreement during a recent two-week period of talks.
Jose Molina is new to the Rays, but he arrived with elevated status since he is a veteran of 12 big league seasons as well as being one of three Molina brothers to catch in the Major Leagues.
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Albert Pujols' departure from the St. Louis Cardinals after 11 seasons drove home a point to his closest friend on the team. At the end of the day, it's a hard, cold business.
Four-time Gold Glove catcher Yadier Molina enters spring training this year a lifetime Cardinal seeking a long-term extension, just like Pujols a year ago. Molina is heading into the final year of...
Albert Pujols' departure from the St. Louis Cardinals after 11 seasons drove home a point to his closest friend on the team. At the end of the day, it's a hard, cold business. Four-time Gold Glove catcher Yadier Molina enters spring training this year a lifetime Cardinal seeking a long-term extension, just like Pujols a year ago.
The Rays see Jose Molina in action and are already impressed.