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STORYHis final Topps card of the 1980s, Molitor had an average year in 1989. He hit .315 and recorded 194 hits. Since Molitor was equally as dangerous with his bat and glove, there were a number of years featuring him swinging a bat or fielding a ball. In this case he's swinging, and he most likely picked up one of his 3,319 career hits.
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