Tha Yanks have signed Jose Molina to a 2-year, $4 million contract to backup Jorge Posada. To say the market for secondary backstops is weak is a massive understatement. Molina was very good in Pinstripes (.318/.333/.439) after replacing Will Nieves last year, but whether that was a small-sample aberation remains to be seen. He is a solid receiver. As Joe G. tries to manage Jorge’s workload, Molina should see increasing playing time. Next year he will be 33, and his career line is: .243/.279/.345. So as it stands now, the Yanks have given themselves 2 years to find an heir apparent to Jorge.