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2010 Salary: $19 million
2010 Statistics: .258 AVG, 24 HR, 79 RBI
Soriano doesn't resemble anything close to the player he was in past years.
After extraordinary seasons with the Yankees, Rangers, and even one with the Nationals, Soriano cashed in on an 8-year, $136 million deal with the Cubs that had Chicago fans envisioning a trip to the World Series.
Unfortunately that hasn't happened, and what's worse is the fact that Soriano's skills are clearly in decline. With four years still remaining on his current deal at greatly inflated salary, the former All-Star has less trade value than a bag of balls used for batting practice.
Additionally, Soriano always sported a clean bill of health prior to his arrival on the North side, but has struggled to stay on the field for a full season in Chicago. The only way Chicago will be able to ever move him is if he rebounds to his old ways, but fans shouldn't be betting on that.