Re: Most important player to NL Central teams
Originally Posted by 757690
The question isn't how good Molina is. He's very good.
The question is how did he get this good?
Baseball players just don't suddenly, at age 28, go from 6 years of .688 OPS to over two years of .840 OPS. At least not without some help. The only time I can remember that happening was in the mid 1990's. Now what was special about that time in MLB?
I wouldn't be surprised if eventually, we find Molina on a list in MLB offices similar to the one from that clinic in Miami. In fact, I'd be surprised if we don't.
C'mon, you're better than that.
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