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The top feels so much better, than the bottom, just ask the Cubs.

In the midst of a Cinderella season, the Cubs just got great news: talented slugger Jorge Soler is coming back from a long DL stint.
Soler, who was sidelined for 23 games with an oblique injury, completed his rehab stint for Class-A Myrtle Beach.
Cubs manager Joe Maddon is pleased to have Soler back at his disposal. "It's something everyone has been talking about for a while," Maddon said Thursday morning. "I'm seeing it firsthand. And this is the first year of being together. Not even a whole year yet. That's pretty impressive, what they've done in one year."
While Soler has missed a pretty nice chunk of the season, the young outfielder still boasts a solid statline of .265 with seven home runs this season.

At the tender age of 23, this is a young prospect that will continue to grow with each at bat. He could be a key addition to this team down the stretch.

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How do the Cubs have so many talented Rookies....? Also, Joey Gallo is going to get so much better next year. The NL Central is def the strongest division in the MLB....and it's gonna stay that way next season!