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8/30/12: Alfonso Soriano hammers a single to center off Francisco Rodriguez to give the Cubs a 12-11 walk-off victory over the Brewers
Flash back to late July. Yankees general manager Brian Cashman wanted to bring Alfonso Soriano back. He also wanted to extend trade talks with the Cubs rather than part with the live young right arm that belonged to Corey Black.
Another day, another injury for the Yankees: This time, it’s Alfonso Soriano. Soriano, who has been on fire since being acquired in a July trade, was scratched from the lineup Saturday because of a sprained right thumb. Already this week, the Yanks have shut down Derek Jeter for the rest ...
9/11/13: Manny Machado charges a slow grounder to third and makes an outstanding barehanded throw to retire Alfonso Soriano at first
Alfonso Soriano's aggressiveness has helped and hurt the Yanks over the last month - this time it was the latter, in a loss to the Red Sox.
TORONTO -- This is what a lot of New York Yankees fans should be saying today: Sorry, Hal Steinbrenner, for criticizing the decision to bring Alfonso Soriano to the Yankees at the trade deadline. While we're at it, GM Brian Cashman might want to offer his apologies as well, after saying publicly that he was against the deal. Because now, a little more than a month into his second go-round with the Yankees, Soriano doesn't just look like a bargain, he looks like a steal.
Daily Recap: Alfonso Soriano hit a late go-ahead homer on the night Ichiro Suzuki picked up his 4,00th hit to lead the Yankees to a 4-2 win
Joe Girardi talks about the additions of Alfonso Soriano and Mark Reynolds to the lineup and also discusses the pitching staff.
A month's worth of production over the past seven days has earned Yankees left fielder Alfonso Soriano American League Player of the Week honors. Alfonso Soriano#12 LFNew York Yankees2013 STATSGM114 HR25 RBI77 R66 OBP.297 AVG.264In the past week, Soriano hit .484 (15-for-31) with five home runs, 18 RBIs and nine runs scored. On Tuesday and Wednesday, Soriano drove in a combined 13 runs -- including a new career high of seven on Wednesday. In 21 games since being acquired by the Yankees via trade, the 37-year-old is hitting .
It's hard to believe, but Alfonso Soriano was named the American League Player of the Week by Major League Baseball. Soriano, who was acquired by the Yankees in a July 26th trade with the Cubs, batted .484 (15-for-31) with a double, five home runs, 18 RBI and nine runs scored ...
Here’s the announcement from MLB… New York Yankees left fielder Alfonso Soriano has been named the American League Player of the Week for the period ending August 18th. The announcement was made earlier today on MLB Network. Soriano, who was acquired by New York in a July 26th trade with the Chicago Cubs, batted .484
Alfonso Soriano is not a what if'' type of guy. He does not wonder what if'' the Yankees hadn't blown a lead and he would have gone down in history for having hit the winning home run in Game 7 of the 2001 World Series. And he does not stay up nights musing on what life would have been like if the Yankees had not dealt him 10 years ago.
Derek Jeter and Alfonso Soriano both homer in a game for the Yankees in July 2003, and repeat the feat in 2013 when Soriano rejoins the club Check out http://MLB.com/video for more! About MLB.com: About MLB.com: Baseball Commissioner Allan H. (Bud) Seli
Slumps, youth, waiver-claim lineups and high-quality pitching on the other side — it’s not that hard to explain why the Cubs have struggled to score runs lately, no matter what team officials say publicly. But for all the attention the recent home shutout streak got, don’t discount Alfonso Soriano’s absence as a big factor in the Cubs’ two-week offensive downturn. Since the last time Soriano played for the Cubs, just ahead of his trade to the New York...