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NOBODY should get it.. they are joking about this.. but nobody gets that.. The ST LOUIS CARDINALS should have it.. duh.. but anyways no single player deserves a ball.. Wainwright and Molina had their moments but it was won as a team
Catcher Yadier Molina, who rested a sore right shoulder for six games, returned to catch all nine innings for the Cardinals on Tuesday. He threw out a runner trying to steal, had a single in two trips and raised his average to .333 this spring.
Molina also said he felt no pain in his right shoulder.
"He said he was going to play under control," manager Tony La Russa said. "So I asked him (after catching Matt Kemp's attempted steal of second base). He said, 'Oh yeah. I was under control.'"
Molina will be behind the plate again today, and he could be looking at a lengthy game in order to catch closer Jason Isringhausen.
Almost of equal significance Tuesday was that Molina drew a walk. It was the seventh of the spring for Molina, who normally doesn't get his seventh walk until midseason.
Hitting coach Hal McRae, asked if this spring's numbers meant Molina, a .238 career hitter, was showing markedly more patience, said: "I hope so. It would help add some points to his average."
It was the seventh of the spring for Molina, who normally doesn't get his seventh walk until midseason.
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