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Soler wants to show Royals he can stay healthy

SURPRISE, Ariz. -- Jorge Soler has made six trips to the disabled list since leaving Cuba and signing a $30 million, nine-year contract with the Chicago Cubs. Dealt in December to Kansas City for Royals closer Wade Davis, the outfielder hopes to show his new team he can stay healthy. "It's very important for him to prove he can play every day," catching coach Pedro Grifol said as...
Via Associated Press
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Kansas City Royals: Welcome Jorge Soler

The Kansas City Royals acquired right fielder Jorge Soler from the Chicago Cubs this past week for closer Wade Davis. Soler appeared in 86 games this past season for the World Series Champions and batted .238 with 12 home runs and 31 RBIs. Soler did not see much playing time this postseason, receiving just 13 plate appearances in eight games but he is set to see extended action...
December 11, 2016  |  Discuss

Lineup Roulette: How Much Will Jorge Soler Play?

It’s July, the weather in Chicago is steamy, and despite a stretch of baseball that has made much of the city cringe, the Cubs appear to be getting healthy coming out of the break. Tommy La Stella has already come off the DL, and several other important pieces are shortly behind him. David Ross should […]
Via BP Wrigleyville
July 15, 2016  |  Discuss

Jorge Soler’s Injury: What It Means Now, and In the Future

Jorge Soler suffered a left hamstring strain while running to first base during Monday’s game against the Phillies. That story is, unfortunately, a familiar one for Cubs fans at this point. The young, promising slugger only recently appeared to be emerging from his early-season doldrums with one of his patented hot streaks, and Cubs fans […]
Via BP Wrigleyville
June 10, 2016  |  Discuss

Jorge Soler Might Have Worked Something Out

Jorge Soler ended his 2015 season, which was a mixed bag overall, on a pretty high note with an amazing October that helped carry the Cubs through the NLDS. But since? Things haven’t been so good.  First, he became the odd man out in the four-man outfield. Then, when Kyle Schwarber went down with his […]
Via BP Wrigleyville
June 03, 2016  |  Discuss

VIDEO: Jorge Soler cranks 461-foot blast off Cubs’ video board

On Friday afternoon, the Chicago Cubs’ Jorge Soler destroyed an offering from Philadelphia Phillies left-hander Adam Morgan that may still be going, had it not hit the Cubs’ video board in Wrigley Field’s left field bleachers. Here’s video of the huge blast: .@JorgeSoler68 tests the limits of the Friendly Confines. ...
Via The Comeback
May 27, 2016  |  Discuss

Jorge Soler uses paper cups to make clever sculpture during game (PHOTO)

Chicago Cubs outfielder Jorge Soler did all he could to help make sure the team held on to win 9-8 on Wednesday afternoon. Not only did he watch and cheer from the bench, but he also used that same time to take a handful of empty paper cups and made binoculars out of them. That’s how you make constructive use of your time when bored.
Via The Sports Daily
May 25, 2016  |  Discuss

Where the Cubs Go With Jorge Soler

There’s not a single thing the Cubs need to do. They’re outstanding right now, and at a time when people can still buy Christmas presents without expedited shipping, the roster could be considered complete. Probably, the Cubs will come out of this offseason as NL Central favorites. From there, they could remain favorites, but I don’t want to spook any fans who might’ve become...
Via Fangraphs
December 15, 2015  |  Discuss

Trading Jorge Soler for Young Pitching

It’s that time of year again: lots of rumors and crazy trade proposals that would never happen in real life. Lately I’ve been seeing one name floating around in trade rumors that has been particularly polarizing among Cubs fans, and those against it kind of took me by surprise. Let’s take a look at why trading […]
Via BP Wrigleyville
December 07, 2015  |  Discuss

The Best Thing About All Nine Jorge Soler Plate Appearances

One of the great intrigues of the postseason is that when the final page turns on the regular season, the book slams shut. Anything that happened in the previous 162 games is firmly in the past, and anyone lucky enough to play more than that is granted a second chance to change something about the way his season is ultimately remembered, whether for good or for bad. Forget what happened...
Via Fangraphs
October 13, 2015  |  Discuss

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