St. Louis Cardinals star Yadier Molina moves up from 12th to fourth in all-time hits when sorting out hits accrued playing elsewhere in the field from results as a catcher only – but still has 22 to go to reach 2000.
The two one-year, incentive-laden contracts pitcher Adam Wainwright has received from the St. Louis Cardinals can provide a guide as to what might be a fair offer for his battery-mate Yadier Molina in 2021.
St. Louis Cardinals catcher Yadier Molina wants to play in 2021 and will do it with another team, but only if absolutely necessary
Yadier Molina’s agent is interested in negotiating a one-or-two year contract extension for his client. The St. Louis Cardinals would be taking a significant risk in agreeing.
The St. Louis Cardinals are promoting prospect outfielder Randy Arozarena from Memphis, activating catcher Yadier Molina from the injured list, placing outfielder Jose Martinez on the IL and optioning catcher Andrew Knizner to Memphis.
All-Star catcher recognized for exemplary humanitarian efforts, including establishing Founation4 and relief efforts in Puerto Rico following Hurricane Maria.
Link to all Yadier Molina news at The Cardinal Nation Became a Cardinal Selected in the fourth round (113th overall) of the June, 2000 First-Year Player Draft. Received a $325,000 signing bonus. 2011 Season Led the team in batting at .305, eighth in the NL. First among NL catchers in average and hits (145), second … Continue reading Yadier Molina
Considering the potential impact of Yadier Molina’s knee problems on him, his MVP hopes and his team’s won-loss record.
St. Louis Cardinals catcher Yadier Molina will be endorsing New Balance athletic shoes.
The St. Louis Cardinals catcher is entering the music business.
Followers of the St. Louis Cardinals had differing views of catcher Yadier Molina’s update on his contract situation upon his reporting to spring training.
Readers can vote for salary and number of years making up their best contract offer to St. Louis Cardinals catcher Yadier Molina.
Readers can vote for their salary and number of years limits in their hypothetical offers for St. Louis Cardinals catcher Yadier Molina.
What might we learn from a time in history when the St. Louis Cardinals got rid of the best catcher in the National League instead of paying him what he deserved?
St. Louis Cardinals catcher Yadier Molina did something that has only been accomplished 25 times in 90 years.
Catcher Yadier Molina is an impending free agent. In the background of his upcoming contract discussions with the St. Louis Cardinals is another in a series of social media comments that reflect badly upon himself and his employer. But what realistically can be done about it?
Despite the St. Louis Cardinals leading Major League Baseball in Defensive Runs Saved, the club has just three Gold Glove Award finalists, down from six in 2019. Second baseman Kolten Wong is hoping to win his second consecutive honor.
How the St. Louis Cardinals may use waivers, non-tenders, releases and trades to create needed room on their 40-man roster this off-season. 15 candidates are reviewed in detail.
The St. Louis Cardinals’ 40-man roster crunch is not yet past, and in fact may get a lot worse as injured players must soon be restored to the roster. Free agent movement off will not be enough to compensate, leaving no immediate room for signings.
Brian Walton details six different approaches the St. Louis Cardinals could follow with second baseman Kolten Wong’s contract. One of them would closely parallel the situation with a certain left-handed pitcher four years earlier that turned out well for the team.
Brian Walton returns to John Mozeliak’s August 31 remarks on how he will evaluate the St. Louis Cardinals outfield offensively. With the benefit of September and October results, Walton goes the next step to consider what might be done for 2021.
Eight of the 11 St. Louis Cardinals eligible for their first post-season action played in the Wild Card Series but four of them made token appearances only. Just three had a significant positive impact as the Cardinals were eliminated.
Only two of the eight Division Series teams have a predominance of homegrown players. The St. Louis Cardinals could have been the third. But why isn’t it working better and what can be done about it going forward?
The St. Louis Cardinals’ regular season script of weak offense and good pitching was flipped in the Wild Card Series defeat. Brian Walton looks at the hitters who contributed as well as those who did not. Conclusion of a two-part series.
The St. Louis Cardinals’ regular season script of weak offense and good pitching was flipped in the Wild Card Series defeat. Brian Walton looks at the pitchers who contributed as well as those who did not. First in a two-part series.
The St. Louis Cardinals failed in both chances to clinch their NL Wild Card Series against San Diego. The pitching sputtered overall and the offense was totally lost in the deciding Game 3. In our history feature, we look back at the early stages of the late Hall of Famer Bob Gibson’s 17 years pitching for St. Louis.
In the win-or-go-home Wild Card Series final, the St. Louis Cardinals could put no offense together against nine different San Diego Padres pitchers, losing 4-0. Starter Jack Flaherty kept the Cardinals in the game through his six one-run innings.