Yadier Molina Apparently Buys A Big Mansion In Florida (With Tennis Courts)

It's not often we have cause, on SB Nation St. Louis, to link to something called Jose Lambiet's GossipExtra, but from that Floridian gossip site we receive word that Yadier Molina's reportedly bought this enormous mansion in Jupiter, Florida. I admit it, guys, I'm worried: I think this house means he's going to leave the St. Louis Cardinals for the Palm Beach Cardinals.

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My favorite part of the post—read it in its entirety for more information about Molina's $7 million winter home—is that the house features a "lit tennis court." If you're wondering why that's my favorite part, please take a moment to imagine Yadier Molina playing tennis seriously enough that he needs lights.

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You're welcome.

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It's not often I find myself reading Floridian gossip, but glancing on the rest of the entries on the Molina page I'm glad he made it by buying a huge house—it seems like most of the other sports news is related to Chad Johnson, who's in the non-sports-pages for an entirely different, considerably less pleasant reason.

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