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Yadier Molina went 3-for-5 with a double, two runs scored, and an RBI in a 7-0 win over the Mets on Monday night.
Molina drove in Tyler O'Neill with an RBI single in the ninth inning to help put the game out of reach. The 39-year-old upped his batting average to .257 despite an unimpressive .687 OPS on the season.
Yadier Molina went 2-for-4 with a two-run home run in a loss to the Reds on Friday night.
Molina's two-run homer in the fourth inning was the entire offense for the Cardinals against Tyler Mahle. The 39-year-old future Hall-of-Famer now has 11 home runs on the season, to go with a mediocre .255/.300/.384 slash line.
Yadier Molina went 2-for-3 with a walk, two runs scored, and a two-run home run in a win over the Dodgers on Wednesday.
Molina's 10th home run of the season gave the Cardinals a 3-1 lead in the bottom of the first inning. At the stage of his career (2022 will be his final season), Molina and his .253/.299/.375 slash line offers more value to the Cardinals than to fantasy managers. He's not worth rostering in standard leagues.
Yadier Molina went 1-for-4 with two runs scored and a grand slam in a 15-4 rout over the Brewers on Friday night.
Molina's ninth-inning grand slam was the cherry on top of an offensive explosion for the Cardinals on Friday, which included six home runs. The 39-year-old had a very strong start to the season in 2021 but cooled off significantly over the summer, which was to be expected at his age. Molina has stated that he will retire after next season, his 19th career MLB season.
An MLB legend is closing in on retirement. Cardinals catcher Yadier Molina announced that the 2022 season will be his last. When addressing the media on Wednesday, the 18-year MLB veteran said, "Yes, yes, it will be my final season. I want to finish here in this great organization."
Molina, who signed a one-year extension on Tuesday, is slashing .259/.304/.375 with eight homers, 51 RBI, 21 walks, and 58 strikeouts so far this season. Behind the plate, the 39-year-old backstop has thrown out 17 of 40 base-stealers in 2021.