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Ex-Yankees star Alfonso Soriano looks jacked beyond belief at Cubs game

When the New York Yankees re-acquired Alfonso Soriano in 2013, the man who showed up in uniform looked quite different from the gangly, near-40-40 second baseman who first arrived back in 1999. The bulked-up Soriano was primarily an outfielder/DH towards the end of his career, but could still mash, and went on a magical run midway through that lost summer, ultimately smashing 17 bombs in 58 games with an .850 OPS.
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Look: Alfonso Soriano Went Viral At Cubs Game Last Night

The Chicago Cubs don't have much to smile about at the moment, but fans took a stroll down memory lane when seeing a familiar face at Wrigley Field. Former outfielder Alfonso Soriano, who played with the team from 2007 to 2013, attended Wednesday night's game against the San Diego Padres.
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Ex-Cubs Star Alfonso Soriano Visits Wrigley, Fans Show Love

Soriano, fans show each other love as ex-Cub visits Wrigley originally appeared on NBC Sports Chicago. Alfonso Soriano emerged onto the field, flashing a smile as he was greeted outside the Cubs dugout before Wednesday's game against the Padres. Soriano's son's travel baseball team has a tournament this week in...
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Old Friend Alfonso Soriano is Visiting Wrigley Field Tonight, and Yes He is Still Surprisingly Massive

Alfonso Soriano often got a bad rap when he was with the Chicago Cubs because his best years came early in his big contract – as they almost always do for free agents in their 30s – but he was never as bad as people made him out to be. Overall, he was absolutely worth the contract he received, and he was a really affable, fun teammate.
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