Molina brings two Gold Gloves with him to San Francisco, and is coming off a good year at the plate. He hit .283 with a career-high 19 homers and 57 RBIs.
"I'm excited about being part of that organization -- so big and so tremendously famous," Molina said. "I'll just do my little part and see what happens."
Molina was part of a 2002 Anaheim Angels team that defeated the Giants in the World Series.
The Giants have been in the running for many free agent pitchers, but have not come up with anything. Barry Zito is still undecided in where he'll pitch next season, but he is likely to stay in the AL and follow Ron Washington to the Texas Rangers.
At this rate, the Giants will have to trade in order to fill their rotation.
Barry Bonds is at the Winter Meetings, and no teams seem to be interested in acquiring the slugger. The Giants still want Bonds, but no deals have been set on the table yet.
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