Jose Molina

Tampa Bay Rays #28 - Catcher

  • Born: 06/03/75
  • Age: 38
  • Height: 6-2
  • Weight: 250
  • Bats/Throws: R/R
2014 Rays 9 23 0 3 0 0 0 0 1 7 0 0 .130 .167 .130

Rays 5, Rangers 4: baseball is grand

Because it's not played on the spreadsheet.

Framing the discussion on Hanigan & Molina

The future is now. With public data released en mass by Dan Brooks and Harry Pavlidis this week, here's how Jose Molina and Ryan Hanigan stack up against the best in framing pitches.

Spring Training Video Highlights - 3/4

Plus postgame interviews with Chris Archer and Jose Molina.

*2014 VEB Projection Results: Yadier Molina

It's probably not a surprise that VEB is more bullish on Yadier Molina than the rest of the projection systems. VEB's projected OPS of .820 is 35 points higher than Steamer's .785, and VEB's...

Nats Rumors: Nationals/Rays Talked Jose Lobaton

Former Washington Nationals' GM Jim Bowden wrote earlier this week about the Nats' interest in Tampa Bay Rays' catcher Jose Lobaton and now more reports are confirming the fact that current GM Mike Rizzo is still on the hunt for a backup backstop...

Jose Molina and Ryan Hanigan, pitch-framing stars

Jose Molina and Ryan Hanigan have been two of the best pitch-framing catchers in baseball. How much value does their expertise bring the Rays?

Are The Nationals Done Building This Winter?

So sure the Washington Nationals are probably done adding to their roster this winter, but yes they have made January moves before, so... Are the Nats really done? They wanted a second lefty... and a backup catcher... could they?

Mike Napoli - Top 100 Angels #47

Napster - loved and appreciated by every Angels fan except the manager...

Saltalamacchia, Marlins sign reasonable deal

The Miami Marlins have signed free agent catcher Jarrod Saltalamacchia to a reasonable three-year, $21 million contract that will cover the team's present situation at catcher as well as parts of its future.

The Rays Tank: The 2014 HOF Ballot

Will Crime Dog enter Cooperstown?

Rays reportedly re-sign Jose Molina

Molina has signed on to spend the 15th and 16th years of his big league career in Tampa Bay.

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