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Paul Molitor

Paul Molitor was born on August 22, 1956 in St. Paul, Minnesota, USA as Paul Leo Molitor. He is an actor, known for Falling for You (1995), Monday Night Baseball (1976) and Sunday Night Baseball (1990). He has been married to Destini since February 14, 2004. They have two children. He was previously married to Linda Kaplan. See full bio »

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Known For

Falling for You
Falling for You Jogging Cop
Monday Night Baseball
Monday Night Baseball Himself - Milwaukee Brewers Third Baseman
Sunday Night Baseball
Sunday Night Baseball Himself - Toronto Blue Jays Designated Hitter / Himself - Milwaukee Brewers Designated Hitter / Himself - Minnesota Twins Designated Hitter / Himself - Milwaukee Brewers First Baseman / Himself - Milwaukee Brewers Second Baseman / Himself - Toronto Blue Jays First Baseman


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 1995 Falling for You (TV Movie)
Jogging Cop
 1993 1993 American League Championship Series (TV Mini-Series)
Hi9mself - Toronto Blue Jays Designated Hitter
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It happened so quickly that baseball didn't adjust. There are aberrations; Minnesota and Montreal are playing well. The fact is you have to be high on the revenue list to reach the post-season. I guess one of my questions for Don Fehr would be that the majority of his constituents don't have a chance to win. - on competitive imbalance due to wide differences in payroll See more »


Played for three teams (Brewers, Blue Jays, Twins) in a 20-year MLB career (1978-1998). His most notable accomplishments were a 39-game hitting streak in 1987, being named MVP of the 1993 World Series, and reaching 3,000 career hits in 1996. See more »


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