CubsFan7724 wrote:quietstorm wrote:I just don't see Molina succeeding anywhere. He'll get signed, but he's riding a reputation as a defensive catcher and riding the media spotlight on the "Molina Brothers."
He was a pretty solid hitter. 69 RBI, .295 avg , 45 R, .782 OPS in 410 AB. He'll get a job somewhere. There are worse starting catchers out there.
He basically carried the Angels in the Yanks series. I am sure a team can use his great defensive skills and occasional power hitting.