The Chicago Cubs have signed Rafael Soriano to a minor-league deal.
The Toronto Blue Jays, Chicago Cubs and St. Louis Cardinals are all interested in Rafael Soriano.
The Miami Marlins are no longer interested in Rafael Soriano, per reports.
Somebody may be getting closer to closing a deal on Rafael Soriano.
Agent Scott Boras has Rafael Soriano holding out while a handful of teams need a closer. See what Dr. Roto has to say about this!
When the Nationals first signed Rafael Soriano they did so by giving up a draft pick and signing him to the largest AAV for any relief pitcher with half the money being deferred. It was an unnecessary signing as the Nationals already had a decent bullpen and didn't need Soriano, but it wasn't an overall bad deal at the time as it did replace Sean Burnett who left for the Angels via free agency.
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