Yadier Molina RUMORS & NEWS

  • Johnny Bench congratulates Yadier Molina on surpassing him for innings caught

    Larry Brown Sports "If it feels like Yadier Molina has been catching forever, it’s because he pretty much has. Molina on Saturday surpassed Johnny Bench in career innings caught with 14,493.3, which places him 13th on the all-time list. The former Cincinnati Reds MVP sent his congratulations to the Cardinals..." April 15

  • Molina drops appeal, serves 1-game suspension

    St. Louis Post-Dispatch "Cardinals catcher Yadier Molina dropped his appeal of his one-game suspension stemming from an altercation with Arizona Diamondbacks manager Torey Lovullo and sat out Wednesday's game against Milwaukee." April 11

  • Torey Lovullo, Yadier Molina each suspended one game for Sunday’s incident

    Hardball Talk "On Sunday, the Diamondbacks’ and Cardinals’ benches cleared after D-Backs manager Torey Lovullo and Cardinals catcher Yadier Molina got into it. Lovullo apparently used some unkind words to refer to Molina, which Molina did not appreciate. Molina, in his anger, pushed umpire Tim Timmons. Major..." April 10

  • Molina says Lovullo called him a 'motherf-----'

    The Score "Yadier Molina wants to let the world know what prompted his angry outburst toward Arizona Diamondbacks manager Torey Lovullo on Sunday. The longtime St. Louis Cardinals catcher said Lovullo called him "a bad word," and it's become clear what that word was. "(Lovullo) called me a motherf-----..." April 09

  • Pena's play, catching depth create competition for Kelly as Molina's backup

    St. Louis Post-Dispatch "They can take the catcher out of the mask, retire his pads, and plant him in the dugout, and still old habits are hard to break. During his Gold Glove playing career, Cardinals manager Mike Matheny dropped and gave his team 20 or many more blocked balls during workouts because he felt the more..." March 19

  • Yadier Molina plans to retire after 2020 season

    Sportsnaut "The career of one of the decade’s best baseball players now has a definitive finish line. St. Louis Cardinals catcher Yadier Molina announced on Monday that he’s planning on retiring after the 2020 season. That would take Molina through the end of his contract that will pay him $60 million over..." January 15

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