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Posted 09 June 2012 - 04:18 PM
And why not? Even I Soriano keeps doing what he has since May, what are the chances that he'll remain healthy and productive next season when he's 37?
The fact is, however and wherever he spends the next 2 seasons the Cubs will be paying him at least a big chunk of the 18 mil per. As long as we're paying that money, may as well pick up a few lottery tickets for him rather than just cutting him next year or the year after.
Knowing how much salary that the Cubs are willing to eat, I'd be surprised if teams aren't starting to have internal discussions on the topic.
Posted 30 June 2012 - 11:28 AM
Posted 22 July 2012 - 09:21 AM
This definitely has to be good news for the Soriano market. Even if guys like Aramis Ramirez, Corey Hart, and Hunter Pence become available, they'll also be a lot more costly than Soriano. To a team looking for a bat without giving up too much, Sori might officially be the best option.
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