The big question right now is, Will Yadier Molina Meet His Game Day Deadline to get an extension contract with the St. Louis Cardinals?
Everyone is biting their nails awaiting the news, but so far we are all in the dark about Cardinals’ Yadier Molina becoming the highest paid catcher in the MLB…
LatinoAthlete.com has learned that all eyes remain on the latest, sure-fire Hall of Famer Yadier Molina to land a deal.
Will Puerto Rican baller, Yadier Molina attain his goals and get what he wants like Yoenis Cespedes, who can now call Queens his home?
Here is the latest development as of Friday:
General manager John Mozeliak said he wouldn’t commit to a conclusion on contract talks with catcher Yadier Molina, although he did express optimism.
Mozeliak said before the big-league club concluded its two-day barnstorming tour:
“We’re certainly optimistic that something is going to get done. We’re still working through some things. We understand there’s a deadline. For me on this topic right now, I want to be careful of where I fall between being nostalgic and understanding that there is some work to be done. We certainly think it would be a great story.”
Word is, Molina and the Cardinals were finalizing a three-year extension worth between $55 million and $65 million. So things are looking promising for the Rican MLB player. He is very passionate about baseball.
An extension contract needs to happen since Molina had set a deadline for an agreement before Opening Day on Sunday.
Manager Mike Matheny said:
“We’re still waiting for things to happen, but we’ll see.”
Matt Adams weighed in with hopes, saying:
“We’re hoping for him to get it done, and I’m sure he’s hoping for the same thing,” “I’m sure they’ll get something worked out before Sunday.”
We are crossing fingers for Molina.
Consigue lo que mereces Molina, eres un jugador increíble!