While the Rays would obviously prefer to find a trade partner for Molina it will be hard to impossible given his $2.75 million salary.
Despite being 39, Molina could still be a useful backup for some teams but coming off a .178/.230/.187 line from last season he will have to take what he can get if released.
The Rays are also said to be wanting to trade Sean Rodriguez.
Playing as a utility player between the infield and outfield, Rodriguez did hit 12 home runs last season but produced just a .211/.258/.443 overall line. If the Rays want to move him they will find more than a few teams interested.