1/6 AL teams talk to Cubs about Soriano

The Cubs traded Carlos Zambrano to the Marlins on Thursday. Could Alfonso Soriano be next to go? According to reports, the Orioles were one of a few American League teams who talked to the Cubs about a possible deal involving Soriano. FOX Sports’ Ken Rosenthal reported Thursday the Cubs could not find a match for the outfielder after talking to a few teams. Soriano, who turns 36 on Saturday, is owed $54 million over the final three years of his contract.

On Thursday, Theo Epstein was asked about Soriano, and said the outfielder is still a valuable offensive player and that it’s up to the Cubs to get the best out of him.

– Carrie Muskat

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CAN THE ORIOLES GIVE UP TO THE CUBS SOME GOOD PLAYERS IN ORDER FOR THEM TO GET SORIANO? SEE SORIANO IS A GREAT PLAYER DONT GET ME WRONG AND HE CAN HIT THE LONG BALL ALOT AS WELL SO IF THE ORIOLES CANT GET SORIANO THEY CAN ALWAYS GO AND GET JOHNNY GOMES OR JOHNNY DAMON OR HIDEKI MATUSI OR MANNY RAMERIEZ TO HELP THEM OUT BUT IF THE ORIOLES ARE SMART ENOUGH THEY WOULD DO THE RIGHT THING AND GO GET SORIANO FROM THE CUBS AND HAVE HIM HELP OUT THE YOUNG GUYS CUS SORIANO HAS BEEN PART OF A WORLD SERIES TEAM HENCE THE NEW YORK YANKEES SO HE WOULD BE A GOOD ADD TO THE TEAM. HE CAN BE A DH OR OUT IN THE OUTFIELD.

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