Jorge Soler is coming back.
Expect Soler to join #Cubs on Sunday
— Carrie Muskat (@CarrieMuskat) July 5, 2015
As we mentioned the other day, this is potentially huge for the Chicago Cubs. It re-elevates another high-upside prospect, gives the Cubs another potentially potent bat in their inconsistent lineup, and creates a trickle down effect by allowing players like Mike Baxter and Matt Szczur to reclaim their more appropriate bench roles on the Cubs’ roster.
Soler was hitting .265 with 4 HR and 19 RBI in 49 games prior to the injury.