The worst part: Soto had an OPS well over .900 this past month. Was
there ever any doubt that God was a Cardinals fan?

Apparently, catcher Geovany Soto’s left-oblique strain is
more serious than first thought. The Cubs are still calling it “mild,”
but they will place him on the 15-day disabled list today, and manager
Lou Piniella said Soto could be out for one month. DailyHerald.com.

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