This season we will have one of the most unpredictable World Series ever. The Texas Rangers and San Francisco Giants.
No matter what could happen the only prediction that can be made at this moment is that Bengie Molina no matter what will get a World Series championship ring.
Molina started the season as the Giants catcher until July 1 when he was traded to Texas for reliever Chris Ray and minor league pitcher Michael Main.
However, the 36-year-old veteran really wants to win it as a Ranger, most of all because, very possibly, this will be his last major league season.
Bengie, the oldest of the Molina major league catchers, said during the Divisional Series against the Tampa Bay Rays this could be his last season. He repeated a similar comment last week to the Spanish language media during the Championship Series against the New York Yankees.
Molina in both occasions had said he will ponder his future after the Fall Classic.
Molina made his debut back in September 21, 1998 with the then-Anaheim Angels.
By the way, he got his only World Series ring up to this moment in his career back in 2002 as the Angels starter against (guess whom) the San Francisco Giants.
Back in 2002 the Angels defeated the Giants in seven games and Molina was one of their “monkey rally stars” hitting .286 with two doubles and two RBI.
Overall Molina in 38 postseason career games is hitting .281 with five doubles, five home runs and 19 RBI.
Molina jokingly said to the Spanish media when he retires he would like to see who of his brothers will have more World Series rings.
Toronto Blue Jays’ Jose Molina has two World Series rings as a career backup, one with the 2002 Angels and the other with the 2009 Yankees.
St. Louis Cardinals’ Yadier Molina has only one won back in the 2006 World Series against the Detroit Tigers.
Only time will tell us if his World Series dream will come true as a Ranger. If not, anyway he will get his second ring as a Giant.