Molina leaning toward retirement after season

This World Series run might be it for
Bengie Molina.
The 36-year-old Texas Rangers catcher said Tuesday he is leaning
toward retiring after this year, his 13th major league season.
Molina, whose brothers Jose and Yadier are also big league
catchers, had hoped for a multiyear contract last winter and didn't
get it. Instead, he re-signed for a fourth season with the San
Francisco Giants, who wound up trading him to Texas on July 1 to
make room in the catcher spot for talented rookie Buster Posey.
Molina also went to the playoffs three times with the Angels and
won a World Series in 2002.