MLB player Alfonso Soriano made $19000000 in the 2014 season.
Through the 2011 regular season, Alfonso Soriano has 927 career runs batted in.
Alfonso Soriano. Through the 2009 season, the most strikeouts by a Yankees batter in a season is 157 by Alfonso Soriano in 2002.
Alfonso Soriano is the Cubs' All Star left fielder. Soriano began his Major League carreer as a second baseman for the Yankees. He was traded to the Texas Rangers for Alex Rodriguez, and then to the Washington Nationals. He signed a Cub record $136 million 8-year deal before the 2007 season.
Most hits in the 2002 season was 209, by Alfonso Soriano.
Through the 2011 regular season, Soriano has 340 career home runs.
Soriano hit 28 home runs for the Texas Rangers in the 2004 season.
By having 60 hits in a season.
Alfonso Soriano in 2006. He had 46 Hr's and 41 SB's for the Washington Nationals.
The Cubs leader in HRs in the 2007 season was Alfonso Soriano with 33.
No.Soriano converted to the outfield the year before he joined the Cubs. That season (2006) he played for the Washington Nationals. After playing second base for the Yankees (2001-2003) and Texas Rangers (2004-2005), he played left field for the Nats in 2006.
Alfonso Soriano Soriano was 30 years old when he made 40-40 in 2006. Jose Canseco was 24 when he made 40-40 in 1988.
One is Alfonso Soriano (LF for Cubs)
5 - Derek Jeter, Bernie Williams, Alfonso Soriano, Don Mattingly, Steve Sax
Through the 2008 season: Batter: Alfonso Soriano with 157 strikeouts in 2002. Pitcher: Ron Guidry with 248 strikeouts in 1978.
Alfonso Soriano hit 46 in 2006 Brady Anderson hit 50 in 1996 not sure how many from the leadoff spot
As of the 2014 MLB season, Rafael Soriano is 34 years old.
Beltran, Mccuthen, Cruz
MLB player Rafael Soriano made $12072658 in the 2014 season.
As of the 2008 season, four MLB players have had 40 home runs and 40 stolen bases in one season. The youngest was Alex Rodriguez at 23 years of age. Jose Canseco was 24, Alfonso Soriano was 30, and Barry Bonds was 32.
That was 46 home runs and 95 RBIs by Alfonso Soriano in 2006 for the Washington Nationals. Second highest was 45 home runs and 96 RBIs by Harmon Killebrew for the 1963 Minnesota Twins.
Nobody hit 50 hr & stole 40 bases in a single season. The closest to it was alfonso soriano & next closest was a rod both hit more than 40 hrs & both stole more than 40 bases
Rafael Soriano with 45 saves for the 2010 Rays.
Probably yes, the saints need him, that's a fact.