DH,LF,RF - MIA
Jorge Soler went 2-for-4 with a two-run homer and a double in Friday's 5-3 loss to the Braves.
Soler returned to the lineup Friday following a two-game absence due to back stiffness. It certainly seems the issue is behind him, as he just continues to crush the ball of late. During his current eight-game hitting streak, the 2021 World Series MVP has gone 10-for-32 with four homers and eight RBI.
Jorge Soler went 1-for-4 with a solo homer in Sunday's 7-3 loss to the Brewers.
Soler homered for the second time in as many days and fifth time this month Sunday afternoon. He is still hitting just .188 on the year, but the 30-year-old slugger has clearly found his power stroke. Dating back to 2019, Soler has hit one home run for every 17.8 plate appearances. If he can be easily acquired in your fantasy league, now is the time for those in search of power.
Jorge Soler went 1-for-2 with a solo homer and two walks in Saturday's 9-3 win over the Brewers.
Soler has really picked it up at the plate over the past week or so. Over his last seven games, the powerful 30-year-old has gone 7-for-28 with three home runs and seven RBI. Soler's homer potential has never been in question and, when he gets hot, they can come in bunches.
Jorge Soler went 1-for-4 with a two-run homer in Tuesday's 9-3 loss to the Diamondbacks.
Soler got the Marlins off to quick start Tuesday night with a two-run shot in the top of the first inning off of Madison Bumgarner. Soler is still hitting well below the .200 mark on the year, but he has hit four homers in his last 12 games. Keep him around in standard formats simply for the power potential.
Jorge Soler went 2-for-5 with a home run and two RBI on Sunday against the Mariners.
Like the one on Friday, Soler's home run was absolutely crushed, traveling 451 feet and leaving the bat at 112.6 miles per hour. His maximum exit velocity is elite this year, as it always is, and his expected batting average is roughly 50 points higher than his actual batting average. In other words, there's reason to believe that Soler is going to turn the corner soon. After two home runs in the series against the Mariners, he may already be doing so.