The screws are still not attached!
The Athletics reports that Yadier Molina, 39, has today agreed to extend the season for one season with the St. Louis Cardinals.
The “El Marciano” extension, as he is nicknamed, is $10 million, detailing athletics.
The Puerto Rican star will go in 2022 for his 19th season in the major leagues, all with the San Luis Cardinals, with whom he debuted in 2004.
Stretching between Molina and Cardinals has been popular since last week.
The player, who has shown good health at the age of 39, said in July, in Puerto Rico, that he is ready to play another season in the major leagues. His agent, Puerto Rican Melvin Roman, said at the time that he had already begun contacts with the organization to that end.
Molina was a free agent in the pre-season prior to the current regular season. After hearing the offers, Molina and the Cardinals agreed in February 2021 to maintain the relationship for one season. It was my first free agency hunting experience.
Doradeño is the face of the franchise and a two-time champion with the team in the World Championships. He is a 10-time All-Star and has won the Golden Glove nine times.
Not including last night’s events, Molina played in 2,119 career games. It hits the .280 with 168 home runs and 983 RBI.
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