Sounding more like a fan than the Cubs left-fielder, Alfonso Soriano considered the option for the briefest of moments.
"Leave this place? No, never," he said after going 3 for 4 with a homer and three RBIs. "You saw how much it was jumping when we got it going. Let's see what can happen now. We just had some tough moments before."
Which is, give or take a few years, is how the Cubs still refer to the last century.
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