Though the Tampa Bay Rays released former catcher Jose Molina earlier in the offseason, they will have to pay for his upcoming knee surgery and rehab.
With many familiar faces leaving the Rays this offseason - including Jeremy Hellickson, Matt Joyce and Wil Myers - the next one to go could be Ben Zobrist.
Matt Silverman has only been the Tampa Bay Rays' President of Baseball Operations for a little over a month now, but he has already made a number of moves.
The Tampa Bay Rays cleared a roster spot by designating veteran catcher Jose Molina for assignment despite owing him $2.75MM in 2015.
Jose Molina has an opportunity to exit baseball on his own terms. It's time for him to hang up the spikes despite the $2.75MM owed to him in 2015.
Jose Lobaton has struggled with the bat in 2014 but he has really blossomed with pitch framing skills learned from current Rays catcher Jose Molina.
Jose Molina and Logan Forsythe have turned their seasons around and helped the Rays with their bats since early June.
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