Soriano is scheduled to make $19 million this year, and in 2014. Because he’s due so much money, the Cubs would likely have to cover a good chunk of his salary in a deal. That could, however, enable the Cubs to receive a stronger return for the outfielder. The 37-year-old hit .262/.322/.499 in 615 plate appearances last season. He hit 32 home runs, his highest total since 2007.
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