Jorge Soler: “Juan Soto is the best hitter in MLB”

By Gian Franco Gil / @ Gian_Gil98

Just less than a month ago, the Atlanta Braves lifted the World Series title for the first time since 1995, after defeating the Houston Astros in Game 6, including a shutout. In the Braves title, a lot had to do with the contribution of Cuban Jorge Soler.

Selected as the Most Valuable Player (MVP) of the World Series, Soler dispatched three home runs in key moments of the October Classic, so his return undoubtedly made the difference for Georgia who, protected by an extraclass pitch, defeated one of the best teams in the Major Leagues.

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In addition to the recognition of the MVP, the Antillean slugger received another award, that of the Legendary Moment 2021. This thanks to the timely home run connected in Game 6 of the final against the Astros and that brought three goals for the plate and lifted the Braves in a decisive moment of the race for the title of the best ball in the world.

The Cuban, a few days ago, answered a series of questions published in a video through the MLB Twitter profile. In it, Soler revealed elements such as the most stylish player in the Majors, a retired player with whom he would like to play, as well as thoughts and preferences within the MLB world.

Jorge Soler pointed out that, in his opinion, the best hitter at the moment is Juan Soto of the Washington Nationals. He also highlighted Fernando Tatis Jr. “La Movie” as the baseball player with the best style and identified the legendary Michael Jordan as his favorite athlete outside the ball.

In another of the questions, referring to his preference in terms of the showiness of the different teams’ uniforms, Soler opted for the design of his old cast, the Chicago Cubs, with which he also reached the World Series title in the 2016. In addition, he affirmed that he would have liked to share a bank with Manny Ramírez.

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Jorge Soler: “Juan Soto is the best hitter in MLB”