Alfonso Soriano

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Soriano back to Yankees in trade with the Cubs

26 July 2013 | 7:34 pm By CAROLINE LEE, UPI.com Alfonso Soriano is back in the pinstripes as he makes his Yankees return. http://www.upi.com/blog/2013/07/26/Soriano-back-to-Yankees-in-trade-with-the-Cubs/4251374865041/

Trade review: Alfonso Soriano to the Yankees

26 July 2013 | 5:24 pm Big "if" there, Hal; the Yankees do not "do well" on the player-development side, have largely neglected it during the Steinbrenner ownership, and have a general manager who, though he sometimes pays lip-service to that side of the operation, has never wholly embraced it. http://www.philly.com/philly/sports/sbnation/SBNation_20130726_Trade_review__Alfonso_Soriano_to_the_Yankees.html

Its official: Alfonso Soriano traded back to the New York Yankees [Updated]

26 July 2013 | 5:05 pm The trade between the Chicago Cubs and New York Yankees that's sending Alfonso Soriano back to the Bronx is now a done deal. It's hasn't been a secret that Soriano would be re-joining the Yanks, the team with whom he Continue reading http://sports.yahoo.com/blogs/mlb-big-league-stew/almost-official-alfonso-soriano-going-back-york-yankees-053830171.html

POLL: Do You Like The <b>Alfonso Soriano</b> Trade? – Bleed Cubbie Blue

26 July 2013 | 8:31 pm We've been discussing the possible trade of Alfonso Soriano for what seems to be two years now, ever since Theo Epstein and Jed Hoyer took over as baseball management for the Cubs. Or maybe it goes back even farther  http://www.bleedcubbieblue.com/2013/7/26/4560930/alfonso-soriano-trade-poll-cubs-yankees

Trade review: <b>Alfonso Soriano</b> to the Yankees – SBNation.com

26 July 2013 | 4:18 pm Soriano may homer with more regularity than the Yankees have experienced to this point, but he can't drive in runners that aren't there. http://www.sbnation.com/mlb/2013/7/26/4559884/alfonso-soriano-trade-yankees-cubs-ptbnl-chasing-the-magic-llama

<b>Alfonso Soriano</b> trade a no-brainer for Yankees and Cubs | The <b>…</b>

26 July 2013 | 3:49 pm Alfonso Soriano broke in with the Yankees in 1999 and made two All-Star teams with New York. (Al Bello/Getty Images). Alfonso Soriano is old (37), expensive (owed $18 million both this year and next) and only marginally  http://mlb.si.com/2013/07/26/alfonso-soriano-trade-yankees-cubs/

ALFONSO SORIANO 2003 Fleer Genuine Game Worn Jersey Card

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11 Responses to Alfonso Soriano

  • Jonathan says:

    Will Soriano Play For The Yankees Tonight? Now that the trade is final.

    Will alfonso soriano play for the yankees tonight??

    Im going to the game and i’d love to see his first game back in pinstripes

  • Jonathan says:

    Why Didnt The Yankees Go After Matt Garza? He would have been great cuz we are in desprite need of another starting pitcher

    Instead of going after old and washed up alfonso soriano, we should have went after garza

    • Curator says:

      Only guy with much of chance is Guerrero and I think he has a pretty good case. Rare combination of hitting for a high average with power and was dominant offensively for a decade. Nine time All-Star and an MVP award. Was a liability on defense but had a cannon for an arm. Very fun to watch as a bad ball hitter. His Hall of Fame Monitor is 209 where likely HOFer is 100, and Standards score is 58 where average HOFer is 50. I think he should get in.

  • Tristano says:

    Why Arent Those Dominican Baeball Players Just Considered Black? Im sick of black people complaining about the lack of african americans in baseball

    Look at puig, look at david ortiz look at alfonso soriano smh

    • Curator says:

      They are not African-americans, and as far as a lack of them playing -let’s see, you have David Price, Ryan Howard, Prince Fielder, Andrew McCutcheon, Jason Heyward, Michael Bourn, Adam Jones, Curtis Granderson. Tori Hunter among others playing. You are correct of one thing, people should not be complaining, I don’t hear white people complaining about lack of more white basketball players, Some folks, no matter their race, like to say ignorant things, and you should just pass it off as that. I think most who are complaining don’t even follow the sport.

  • Run DMC™ says:

    Anyone Up For MLB Trivia #4? Which of these facts were TRUE about the 2004 MLB All-Star Game?

    A. It featured two players from each league recording 2-hit performances.
    B. Three players from the AL belted home runs.
    C. The NL starter won the 2004 AL Cy Young Award.
    D. The AL starter won over 100 career games in the Major Leagues.

    If the answer is A, which two players from each league recorded 2-hit performances?
    If the answer is B, who were the three players and which pitcher(s) belted home runs off of?
    If the answer is C, who was the NL Cy Young winner that year?
    If the answer is D, how many career games did he win in the Majors?

  • Run DMC™ says:

    Anyone Up For MLB Trivia #1? Since the 2013 MLB All-Star Game is almost here, the next few days will have MLB All-Star Games Trivia questions.

    Which of these facts were TRUE about the 2007 MLB All-Star Game?

    A. It featured one player from each league recording a 3-hit performance.
    B. It featured at least one player homering in each league.
    C. The losing pitcher played for the Boston Red Sox.
    D. The winning pitcher played for the Oakland A’s.

    If the answer is A, which player from the AL recorded a 3-hit performance and which player from the NL did the same thing?
    If the answer is B, which player(s) from the AL homered in the game and which player(s) homered from the NL homered?
    If the answer is C, who was the losing pitcher from the Red Sox and how many innings did he pitched?
    If the answer is D, who was the losing pitcher from the A’s and how many innings did he pitched?

    • Curator says:

      A is true: Ichiro Suzuki (AL) and Jose Reyes (NL)

      B is true: Victor Martinez (AL), Ichiro Suzuki (AL), Carl Crawford (AL) and Alfonso Soriano (NL)

  • Hurricain says:

    I Predict A Cubs – Rangers Trade This Week…do You Think I’m Right? It’s no secret that the Rangers are interested in Matt Garza. But more importantly, it looks like Nelson Cruz is about to get suspended for a long, long time. This puts the Rangers also in the market for a right-handed hitting OF with power: Alfonso Soriano.

    I predict the Rangers will work a deal with the Cubs that sends Garza and Soriano to Arlington. Makes a lot of sense, doesn’t it?

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