You can retire without Yadier Molie or STL suggestions.
St. Louis Cardinals catcher Yadier Molina (39) is reportedly considering retiring.
MLB dotcom, the official website of Major League Baseball, said on the 15th (Korea time), “Molina wants to renew her contract with St. Louis, and she can retire if she doesn’t have a satisfactory offer.”
According to the media, Molina “is considering retiring if there is no good offer from St. Louis 먹튀토토
Molina wants to sign a two-year contract, but has not reportedly offered a specific contract with St. Louis.
“I’m preparing well for next year’s season,” he said in an interview with a media outlet in the United States. “If I can’t come back to St. Louis, I will happily retire.
Molina played for St. Louis for 17 years after her debut and won two World Series titles. He played 2000 games and earned 2,000 hits, and received nine Gold Gloves.
Molina still has enough ability to draw the power of the pitcher. However, Major League Baseball has a poor financial record due to the new coronavirus infection.
“Some teams can turn to Molina,” MLB dotcom said. “His batting skills have dropped a bit, but his ability as a catcher still remains.”
Kim Kwang-hyun of the St. Louis Cardinals succeeded in settling down in the league last year with the help of senior players such as Adam Wainwright and Molina.