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2023 589.53.6 97 35 109 132 12 .275
2022 4933.2 93 27 62 135 6 .242
3y Avg. 5563.6 100 30 89 137 9 .277
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  • Yankees' Juan Soto: Likely two-hole hitter

    Yankees manager Aaron Boone said in an interview Friday with Foul Territory that Soto will "probably" bat second this season. Aaron Judge often hits second for the Yanks, but Boone is leaning toward Judge following Soto in the three spot. The skipper didn't name a leadoff hitter, although he indicated he'd like to see DJ LeMahieu win that job. Boone also mentioned that Alex Verdugo and Gleyber Torres could be in the mix to bat leadoff.
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  • Yankees' Juan Soto: Signs record-breaking deal

    Soto signed a one-year, $31 million contract with the Yankees on Thursday to avoid arbitration, Joel Sherman of the New York Post reports. The deal is the largest ever on a one-year contract for an arbitration-eligible player, as Soto's salary will surpass Shohei Ohtan's mark in 2023 by $1 million. This could be the first step in the Yankees' hopes to keep Soto with the club for the long term, though earlier in the offseason, general manager Brian Cashman said there had not been any extension talks. Barring any long-term agreement between the sides, Soto will hit free agency next offseason.
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  • Yankees' Juan Soto: No extension talks

    Yankees general manager Brian Cashman said Thursday that he has not had any talks with Soto regarding a contract extension, Bryan Hoch of MLB.com reports. The revelation comes as no surprise, as the full expectation for a while now has been that Soto and his agent, Scott Boras, plan to test out free agency next offseason. Soto famously rejected a 15-year, $440 million contract extension offer from the Nationals in 2022, which led to him being traded the first time to the Padres. The 25-year-old will surely be looking for at least that much next winter, although a lot can happen between now and then.
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  • Yankees' Juan Soto: Officially traded to Yankees

    The Padres traded Soto to the Yankees on Wednesday alongside Trent Grisham in exchange for Kyle Higashioka, Michael King, Drew Thorpe, Jhony Brito and Randy Vasquez, Joel Sherman of the New York Post reports. A massive trade that had been previously reported as "close to being finalized" is now official. Soto will likely serve as New York's primary right fielder, shifting Aaron Judge to center field while the recently-acquired Alex Verdugo mans left field. Soto slashed .275/.410/.519 with 35 homers and 109 RBI last season with the Padres, though the lefty slugger could easily set a new career-best home run total in 2024 thanks to the shallow right-field fence in Yankee Stadium.
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  • Padres' Juan Soto: Trade to Yankees nearly finalized

    The trade sending Soto to the Yankees is "close to being finalized," Jon Morosi of MLB Network reports. Morosi says it will be Michael King, Drew Thorpe and at least two additional players shipped to the Padres. At this point, it seems as if the two sides have agreed on the players and perhaps all that stands between the trade being completed is a review of medicals. Soto would play right field in the Bronx, with Aaron Judge shifting to center field and Alex Verdugo handling left field.
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  • Padres' Juan Soto: Swats two homers

    Soto went 3-for-4 with two home runs, three RBI and a walk in Tuesday's 4-0 win over the Giants. Soto opened the scoring with a solo shot in the first inning and added a two-run blast in the seventh. The outfielder has hit well late in the season, going 25-for-54 (.463) with seven homers and 23 RBI over his last 14 games. He's at a .276/.410/.524 slash line with a career-high 35 long balls, 108 RBI, 94 runs scored and 11 stolen bases over 158 contests this year.
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  • Padres' Juan Soto: Homers, drives in four

    Soto went 3-for-5 with a home run, a double, two runs scored and four RBI in Sunday's win against the Cardinals. Soto started the Padres' 12-run outburst with a three-run shot in the first inning before knocking an RBI double in the fourth. The star outfielder has caught fire again as the regular season is nearing an end; over his last 12 games, he's gone 21-for-46 (.457) with nine extra-base hits and 20 RBI. Soto's season slash line is up to .273/.408/.514 with 33 home runs, 31 doubles and 105 RBI.
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  • Padres' Juan Soto: Records 30th double

    Soto went 3-for-4 with a double and a run scored in Friday's 4-2 win over the Cardinals. Soto has five multi-hit efforts over his last 10 games, including a trio of three-hit games. He's gone 17-for-37 (.459) with seven extra-base hits and three stolen bases in that span. The outfielder is up to a .270/.407/.507 slash line, 32 homers, 101 RBI, 90 runs scored, 11 steals and 30 doubles through a career-high 154 contests.
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  • Padres' Juan Soto: Two homers, six RBI in win

    Soto went 3-for-5 with two home runs and six RBI in Sunday's 10-1 win over the Athletics. Astonishingly enough, Soto didn't do any damage with his bat until the seventh inning. He sent a 411-foot two-run blast to right center off Ken Waldichuk and then one-upped that with a grand slam off Devin Sweet in the following inning to make it a 10-0 game. Soto is sporting a six-game hitting streak during which he's totaled 11 hits, 13 RBI, nine runs and a 3:3 K:BB. He's having another outstanding year in what's been an otherwise disappointing campaign for the Padres.
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  • Padres' Juan Soto: Posts two steals in win

    Soto went 1-for-3 with two walks, two stolen bases and two runs scored in Friday's 8-3 win over the Athletics. Soto isn't known to run much, but he's logged four steals to go with five home runs, 10 RBI and 14 runs scored over 13 games in September. He's hit safely in 10 of his contests this month, going 13-for-48 (.271) with eight walks. The star outfielder is slashing .262/.401/.493 with 30 home runs, 90 RBI, 85 runs scored and 10 steals through 148 games this season, putting him five games shy of matching his career high in games played from a year ago.
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  • Padres' Juan Soto: Reaches 30-homer mark

    Soto went 2-for-4 with a solo home run and an additional run scored in Wednesday's 6-1 win over the Dodgers. Soto matched up well with the Dodgers' pitching in this series, going 6-for-13 with two homers and five RBI over three games. With five long balls in September, Soto has reached 30 homers for the season, his second time in six years reaching that milestone. The outfielder has added a .262/.399/.494 slash line with 90 RBI, 83 runs scored, eight stolen bases, 28 doubles and a triple through 147 contests.
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  • Padres' Juan Soto: Swats go-ahead homer

    Soto went 3-for-5 with a home run, four RBI and two runs scored in Monday's 11-8 win over the Dodgers. Soto slugged a three-run blast in the ninth inning to put the Padres ahead. This was his first multi-hit effort in September -- he's hitting .243 (9-for-37) this month. The outfielder has four homers in that span, giving him 29 on the year to go with 89 RBI, 80 runs scored, eight stolen bases and a .260/.400/.488 slash line through 145 contests overall.
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  • Padres' Juan Soto: Notches eighth steal

    Soto went 1-for-4 with a double, a walk, an RBI, a stolen base and a run scored in Friday's 11-2 win over the Astros. Soto began September with home runs in three straight games, but he's gone just 2-for-14 over his last four contests, though he's added two steals in that span. The outfielder's last multi-hit effort came Aug. 30, and he's hit just .214 since the start of August. For the season, he's at a .258/.398/.485 slash line with 28 homers, 85 RBI, 77 runs scored and eight thefts over 142 contests.
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  • Padres' Juan Soto: Extends homer streak

    Soto went 1-for-4 with a two-run home run in a 4-0 shutout of the Giants on Sunday. Soto opened the scoring for San Diego, launching a two-run shot in the first inning. It was the third straight game with a long ball for the slugger, though he doesn't have any hits other than the homers over 12 at-bats during that span. Soto is up to 28 home runs on the campaign -- he needs just two more to reach 30 for the second time in his career.
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  • Padres' Juan Soto: Goes deep again Saturday

    Soto went 1-for-4 with a solo home run and an additional run scored in a 6-1 win against the Giants on Saturday. Soto put the Padres on the board in the first inning, slamming a 415-foot solo shot to center field. The long ball was his second in as many days to begin September and his 27th overall on the campaign. Soto had a similarly hot start to August, going deep four times over his first three games before tailing off with just one long ball and a .198 average over the remainder of the month. He'll look to avoid that trend as he tries to propel the Padres to a playoff push. San Diego is currently 6.5 games out of a wild-card spot with 25 regular-season contests remaining.
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  • Padres' Juan Soto: Stays warm with homer

    Soto went 1-for-4 with a solo home run in Friday's 7-3 win over the Giants. Soto's five-game hitting streak came to an end Thursday, but it didn't take him long to set the groundwork for a new one with his first-inning blast. The outfielder homered just once over his last 25 games in August, though he opened the month with four blasts in three contests. Through 136 games this year, Soto has 26 long balls, 81 RBI, 72 runs scored, six stolen bases and 26 doubles while slashing .261/.402/.484.
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  • Padres' Juan Soto: Extends hitting streak to five

    Soto went 2-for-3 with two RBI in Wednesday's 5-4 loss to the Cardinals. With the pair of base knocks, Soto extended his hitting streak to five games. Though Soto's .262 batting average on the season still lags well behind the cumulative .291 mark he turned in over parts of five years with the Nationals, he's still on track for a sixth straight season with an on-base percentage north of .400 (.402).
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  • Padres' Juan Soto: Snaps homer drought Saturday

    Soto went 1-for-2 with a two-run home run and two walks Saturday in a loss to the Brewers. Soto walked twice in his first three plate appearances, then gave the Padres life with a two-run blast to center field in the eighth inning that narrowed their deficit to one. The long ball was the star outfielder's first since Aug. 4, a span of 19 contests. Soto struggled mightily in the period between homers, slashing .153/.228/.194 with just two extra-base hits and a 7:14 BB:K.
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  • Padres' Juan Soto: Knocks late homer

    Soto went 1-for-4 with a solo home run and a walk in Friday's 10-5 loss to the Dodgers. Soto took Evan Phillips deep in the ninth inning, but it didn't spark a rally after the Padres' bullpen collapsed. Soto remains locked in at the plate with four homers over his last three games while batting .448 (13-for-29) during his active seven-game hitting streak. The star outfielder is up to a .276/.424/.532 slash line with 24 long balls, 71 RBI, 64 runs scored, six stolen bases and 25 doubles through 110 games this season.
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  • Padres' Juan Soto: Adds another homer

    Soto went 2-for-5 with a two-run homer in Wednesday's 11-1 win over the Rockies. Soto extended the Padres' lead to 3-0 in the third inning with a two-run, 449-foot blast off Kyle Freeland, his third homer in his last two games. Soto now has hits in six straight contests, going 12-for-25 (.480) with five multi-hit efforts in that span. His slash line is up to .277/.424/.527 with 23 homers, 70 RBI, 63 runs scored and six steals across 479 plate appearances this season.
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