JORGE SOLER RUMORS & GOSSIP
The Chicago Cubs are without two of their big boppers, but that should change when the Cubs return to Wrigley Field on Monday. The Cubs expect to open their final home stand of 2014 with outfielder Jorge Soler back in the lineup, and they could possibly have first baseman Anthony Rizzo back early in the week as well -- although his return is not guaranteed for Monday.Anthony Rizzo...
It’s no secret; the Cubs have one of the best farm systems in baseball. They’re stacked with hitters that are coming up right now. I’m going to look at Javier Baez and Jorge Soler, two guys who recently came up as the next wave of Cubs talent. I think both will have a big impact […]
In the entire history of the Chicago Cubs, which goes back a ways, no one ever had a hit in 11 of their first 12 games with the franchise. That all changed on Wednesday, as Jorge Soler became the first Cubs ever to accomplish that feat.
Jorge Soler is the first #Cubs player ever with a hit in 11 of his first 12 career games.
— Ace of MLB Stats (@AceballStats) September 11, 2014...
After hitting a home run in his first big league at bat and showing that, through nine big league games, he’s got this Major League thing figured out, plenty of adjectives have been thrown in the direction of Chicago Cubs rookie Jorge Soler.
You may now, officially, call him “Superman”.
Jorge Soler on rookie hazing day! #Cubs pic.twitter.com/KGKjldxwRD
— Karen Burchell (...
Running on #SolerPower … it's just not smart. http://t.co/6qC7IUGGSa
— Chicago Cubs (@Cubs) September 5, 2014
We have seen what Jorge Soler can do with the bat, hitting .429 3 HR and 5 2B in his first week in the big leagues. Now we can see what he can do in right field.
Baseball take notice.
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Being that Jorge Soler has struggled staying on the field since joining the Chicago Cubs organization, he had become somewhat of an afterthought as a prospect. Of course, when an organization has three of the best prospects in all of baseball in Kris Bryant, Javier Baez and Addison Russell, it makes sense that Soler may have been somewhat forgotten.
If indeed Soler was forgotten...
Coming into the three game series with the Milwaukee Brewers, the Chicago Cubs were in prime position to spoil the party for the Brewers. Losers of five in a row, the Brewers were ripe for the picking, and the Cubs certainly made them pay.
During the three game series the Cubs outscored the Brewers 17-5. The pitching was great as well as all three starters that pitched for the Cubs...
Through five games, Jorge Soler has been…..impressive. From homering, four pitches into his major league career, to upstaging even Javier Baez; “Soler-Power” has taken over the Cubs.
Just when it seemed Cubs fans couldn’t have more to get excited about, Soler hit a double in his first at-bat at Wrigley.
While, this may not seem overly important, it’s only the seventh time...
In his first career at-bat in the major leagues, Jorge Soler took one of the better pitchers in the National league deep for a solo home run to straight away center field.
Since then, Soler has continued to show why the Chicago Cubs gave him a $30 million deal before he even put on a Cubs uniform. Soler is hitting .533 with three home runs and seven RBIs in just four...
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The Chicago Cubs have made the decision to recall one of their top prospects, OF Jorge Soler according to David Kaplan of CSNchicago.
*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
After starting the season very slowly due to...