Jon Heyman of SI.com reports that Bengie Molina will not play for anyone in 2011.
FOX Sports' Ken Rosenthal reports that the Red Sox have made contact with free agent Bengie Molina but are not ready to move on him yet.
Jose Molina told FOX Sports' Ken Rosenthal that his brother, Bengie, wants to play this season.
Bengie Molina says he's retired "for now."
According to SI.com's Jon Heyman, the Padres courted free agent catcher Bengie Molina recently but found the veteran to be in "retirement mode."
Bengie Molina told Andrew Baggarly of the San Jose Mercury News that he won't play unless he gets a guaranteed deal at a respectable salary.
According to Dan Hayes of the North County Times, the Padres put in an inquiry on Bengie Molina but were told that "he is retired."
The Padres have reached out to Bengie Molina, but were told that he's not inclined to play at this time, according to Marty Caswell of XX1090 Sports Radio in San Diego.
Free agent catcher Bengie Molina said Tuesday that he has "no idea" whether his career is going to continue this season.
FOX Sports' Jon Paul Morosi reports that Bengie Molina's reps are still mum on whether or not the veteran catcher intends to play in 2011 or retire.
According to Jon Heyman of SI.com, Bengie Molina could be interested in backing up his brother Yadier Molina in St. Louis.
According to Joe Strauss of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, the Cardinals have moved on from free agent catcher Bengie Molina.
According to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch's Joe Strauss, the Cardinals have "made it clear" to Bengie Molina that he's their preferred choice at backup catcher.
Yadier Molina indicated to Lester Jimenez of the Puerto Rican daily Primera Hora that the Cardinals want his brother, Bengie, and that they're just waiting on an answer from him.