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Pride in check, Molina readies for season

San Francisco : CA : USA | Feb 19, 2010 at 11:46 PM PST
Source: San Francisco Chronicle
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The 35-year-old catcher was sure his stats would net him a host of two- and three-year offers. The best he got was a one-year, $5.5 million offer from the Mets that included a vesting option for a second year at $5.5 million. Unwilling to move his family to New York for a one-year guarantee, Molina shoved... FULL ARTICLE AT San Francisco Chronicle
 
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