Alfonso Soriano

Wisch: Jon Lester's Deal Isn't About 6 Years – It's About 1A World Series title from the Cubs would justify any spending of money.
Former Cub Soriano Calls It Quits: 'My Mind Not Focused On Baseball'Alfonso Soriano, 38, completed in 2014 the final year of his $136 million, eight-year contract he signed with the Chicago Cubs before the 2007 season.
Soriano on Castro: He's Growing Up"He is getting better on the mental side. He has always had the talent," Soriano said of Castro.
Emma: Soriano Finds Peace, Happiness With CareerAlfonso Soriano's only regret? He didn't lead the Cubs to a championship.
Baffoe: There Is More Yankee Class At Wrigley This Week Than Just JeterHere's to Alfonso Soriano, who always displayed the utmost professionalism in Chicago.
Soriano Lists Chicago Home For $2.9 MillionA little over six weeks after he was dealt to the Yankees, former Cub Alfonso Soriano has listed his three-bedroom, 3,828-square-foot penthouse condominium unit in River North for $2.95 million.
Soriano Drives In 13 Runs In 2 Games For YankeesSomething has certainly clicked for Alfonso Soriano during his second stint in pinstripes.
De Aza Double Lifts White Sox Past Yankees, 6-5Alejandro De Aza's two-run double in the 12th rallied the Chicago White Sox to a 6-5 win over the New York Yankees on Wednesday night, hours after New York's Alex Rodriguez appealed his suspension.
White Sox Beat Yankees 3-2Chris Sale allowed one run while outpitching Hiroki Kuroda in to the eighth inning, and the Chicago White Sox beat the New York Yankees 3-2 on Tuesday night.
Baffoe: Enjoying Junior Lake Lake Superior. Ken Griffey Junior Lake. Great Lake. Summering at Junior Lake.
2 Men Charged With Stealing Autographed Cubs Bats From Wrigley Field Two men have been accused of stealing bats autographed by Alfonso Soriano and Ernie Banks from Wrigley Field during a double-header Tuesday, authorities said.
Ofman: Soriano Wasn't Worth It I'm a bit flummoxed by those who heaped a whole lot of love on Alfonso Soriano upon his departure. They called him a good influence in the clubhouse and a guy who learned to play left field. And there were actually some misguided fans (and even media folk) who were sorry to see him go.