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Sports Injury Alert | Oct 17th, 5:45pm
The St Louis Cardinals suffered a loss to the San Francisco Giants last night 6-3, ending their bid for the World Series.  The Cardinals only won one of the five games played during the American League Championship Series due in large part to the oblique injury suffered by star catcher Yadier Molina during game two Sunday.Molina suffered a strained left oblique after hitting a ground...
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MLB.com | Oct 17th, 6:03am
Without a doubt, losing Yadier Molina to an oblique injury hurt the Cardinals during the National League Championship Series. The veteran catcher sat out the final three contests -- three losses on the road to the Giants. But Tony Cruz, a backup who has soaked up plenty from Molina in four years, did all he could in Thursday's 6-3 loss in Game 5 to make the Cardinals forget what they were missing....
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MLB.com | Oct 16th, 11:38pm
Despite his attempts to talk himself into the lineup, catcher Yadier Molina remained on the bench for Game 5 of the National League Championship Series as he continues to nurse a left oblique strain.
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MLB.com | Oct 16th, 7:15am
The St. Louis Cardinals cannot possibly be the same team without the services of catcher Yadier Molina. And yet, in the exalted realm of October baseball, this cannot be an all-purpose excuse. In fact, the Cardinals are 0-2 in the National League Championship Series games in which Molina has been absent since he sustained a left oblique strain. But the way the Cardinals lost these two games did not...
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MLB.com | Oct 15th, 10:50pm
Cardinals catcher Yadier Molina took only a few light swings on Wednesday before the pain around his left oblique muscle became too much for him to continue. That made it an easy decision, manager Mike Matheny said, to write a Game 4 lineup sans Molina for a second straight day against the Giants in the NL Championship Series.
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Rotoworld | Oct 15th, 9:32pm
Yadier Molina (oblique) tried to swing the bat on Wednesday, but Cardinals manager Mike Matheny acknowledged that the injured catcher "did not feel good."
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MLB.com | Oct 15th, 7:05pm
The truth is, Yadier Molina is the Cardinals' Mr. Everything during this time of year -- the numbers say so. And losing the bat, the glove, the arm, the guts and the leadership of the six-time All-Star catcher is not going to be easy.
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Sports Injury Alert | Oct 15th, 11:45am
With the Cardinals down 2-1 to the San Francisco Giants in the NLCS, All-Star catcher Yadier Molina will attempt a return to action (at the very least as a defensive replacement) and will receive a cortisone shot for his injured oblique, according to Susan Slusser of the San Francisco Chronicle.  A.J. Pierzynski caught Game 3 of the NLDS, but Molina was spotted in the bullpen warming up...