The Chicago Cubs reportedly will call up one of their many top prospects, outfielder Jorge Soler. David Kaplan of CSN Chicago first reported the news: *Breaking* As we were first to report, Jorge Soler is next prospect to make his Major League debut. He is expected to be recalled tomorrow. — David Kaplan (@thekapman) August 26, 2014 Soler, 22, was signed by the Cubs in 2012 to a nine-year, $30 million deal. This season, Soler has played in Double A and Triple A. Soler dominated during his time in Double A, hitting a whopping .415 with six home runs and 22 RBIs in 22 games. In Triple A, Soler hit .278, with seven homers and 26 RBIs in 31 games. The Cubs, regarded by many as having the best Minor League system in all of baseball, are stacked with young prospects. In a crowded list of top 10 prospects, MLB.com has Soler ranked as the Cubs 5th best prospect. Primarily a right fielder, Soler is expected to play left field with the Cubs according to CSN Chicago. When Soler makes his debut still remains to be seen. He is indeed being called up, but may not actually play until Wednesday, according to Kaplan. Whether he plays Tuesday or Wednesday, Soler’s Major League debut will come in Cincinnati against the Reds. Soler is the latest of the Cubs top prospects to reach the Major League’s this year. The team has already brought up second baseman Arismendy Alcantara, (who has since switched to center field), and infielder Javier Baez. Both, like Soler, are among the organization’s top 10 prospects. Soler’s debut has been highly anticipated as he has the potential to become a future All Star for the Cubs. Soler’s arrival is also another indication of how close the “future” is for the Cubs. Many other prospects, along with those previously mentioned, are likely to arrive in Chicago in 2015. Follow @tjporreca_23 The post Chicago Cubs call up top prospect Jorge Soler appeared first on Sports Glory.