The Cubs called up Jorge Soler on Monday, bringing the talented outfielder to Wrigley for the last six weeks of the season. Across three levels, the Cuban compiled a triple slash of .340/.432/.700, more than enough to warrant a big league look. Unlike Javier Baez and Arismendy Alcantara, Soler was already on the 40-man roster and is signed to a Major League contract. Recalled midway through the I-Cubs’ matchup against Tacoma, Soler provided a brief glimpse into his potential. What will the future star be working on during his time in the north side of Chicago?
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