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From a Sports Illustrated photo essay on "Baseball's $100 Million Men":

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Questions about Soriano's power were answered after he hit 46 home runs while playing for the Nationals, whose home stadium was cavernous. With that kind of power, it's no wonder that Soriano's lack of a position doesn't seem to bother the Cubs, who signed him after 2006 and won the NL Central in his first two years with the club.

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How did Soriano's publicist land a gig writing for SI?

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