On Feb. 23, 1922, popular catcher Pickles Dillhoefer died from typhoid, which hospitalized him just five days after he was married. Here is the Post-Dispatch original story from that day.
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Molina, club must 'balance that with us trying to create that pipeline of sorts for the next person who is going to get that catching role,' says Mozeliak.
“I understand St. Louis has a lot of warm and fuzzy even in cold temperatures,” the manager said, potentially grinning behind his mask. “For a lot of reasons, including Nolan.”
Nine-time Gold Glove-winner set to come back for his 18th season with the only organization he's known.