Yadier Molina already has a retirement date in Las Mayores

The Puerto Rican of the Cardinals of San Luis, Yadier Molina, made it clear when he will announce his retirement from baseball Major League Baseball – MLB.

After thinking that this 2021 would be the last year of Yadier Molina in the Big leagues, the Cardinals extended by 10 million dollars to the Puerto Rican, however, this announced when he will retire as a professional baseball player.

According to a report by Derrick S. Goold, the Puerto Rican Molina will withdraw from the MLB After next season (2022), which is why he signed that contract extension on Tuesday, August 25, 2021.

The receiver of the Cardinals Since 2004 he made it clear that he is happy to renew his contract with this organization, the only one he has dressed for more than 15 years in the MLB, but by 2022 he will be 40 years old and for that reason will put an end to his successful career.

“Yes, yes, it will be my last season,” he said. Yadier Molina.

A successful and rewarding career for Yadier Molina in the Big leagues, who could easily have numbers to enter the Hall of Fame in a few years and be listed as one of the best players of his position in history.

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Molina He has been a 10-time All-Star, multiple winner of the Gold Glove and Silver Bat, also having two World Series rings that make him a true horse of the MLBBut don’t worry, there’s still time to enjoy this extraordinary player even more.

Until now, for life with Cardinals on the MLB, “El Yadi” has 2,090 hits, 168 home runs, 983 RBIs, 744 runs scored and is hitting .280.