The St. Louis Cardinals have activated catcher Yadier Molina from the 10-day Injured List and optioned catcher Ali Sánchez to Memphis.
The hot-hitting starting catcher of the St. Louis Cardinals, Yadier Molina, has been placed on the injured list. In the interim, Andrew Knizner will start, with Ali Sanchez promoted as the top reserve.
Catcher Yadier Molina has settled with his only team as a major leaguer on a one-year, $9 million contract for 2021.
What would be a fair offer to free agent catcher Yadier Molina to reflect the market plus his legacy value to the St. Louis Cardinals? Using this week’s Jason Castro deal with the Astros as a base, would 40% to 50% over market value be a “ridiculous” offer?
Brian Walton tries to walk a mile in free agent Yadier Molina’s shoes by prioritizing and analyzing the factors that may be most important to the catcher’s decision where to play in 2021.
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. Became a free agent on October 28, 2020. 2011 Season Led the team in batting at .305, eighth in the NL. First among … 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.
The St. Louis Cardinals managed to log a 4-3 week that was clouded by three tough losses in Atlanta over the weekend. With the exceptions of Paul Goldschmidt and Dylan Carlson, the offense is still not hitting consistently. In our history feature, the MLB debuts of St. Louis’ relief pitchers are revisited.
The St. Louis Cardinals suffered through a 1-4 week that included a disappointing sweep by the Chicago Cubs. The injury impact continues with Adam Wainwright seemingly the only dependable starter. In our history feature, the MLB debuts of St. Louis’ starting pitchers are revisited.
The Cardinals struggled this week, finishing with one win in seven games and dropping into third place in the NL Central. The team is dealing with an extended injury list as well as ineffectiveness on the mound and at the plate. Paul Goldschmidt heated up this week (.991 OPS), while Dylan Carlson (.974) and Tyler O’Neill (.948) also made strong contributions.
The Cardinals finished the week with a 4-3 record as they played the first seven games of a ten game road trip. The return of Tyler O’Neill has provided the offense with a major boost, but the defense has struggled. In our history feature, we reflect on the major league debuts of each member of the regular starting eight position players.
The Cardinals have three prospects from the 2016 draft remaining in the minor leagues. This includes an upper level pitcher from Virginia and a pair of former high school prospects who still have plenty of room to grow.
The St. Louis Cardinals forged a 3-2 week at home that included a disappointing series loss to the Chicago Cubs. As the bullpen is struggling, fill-in shortstop Edmundo Sosa is providing a lift with the glove and bat. In our history feature, the team Hall of Fame candidacy of Charles Comiskey is assessed.
It was an up and down 2-4 week on the road for the St. Louis Cardinals as they took their series at division rival Milwaukee but were swept in San Diego. The pitching staff leads all of baseball in total walks and walk percentage. John Gant leads the way with 27. Our Blast From the Past history segment outlines the team Hall of Fame candidacy of early owner Chris von der Ahe.