The offer that the Yankees would send to the Marlins for Jorge Soler [Sports News]


Jorge Soler is being one of the reasons why the Miami Marlins battle hard in the hostile National League East Division against the powerful Atlanta Braves and New York Mets; a factor that somehow involves the popular Yankees.

Indeed, the “Bronx Bombers” want to strengthen themselves for the second half of 2023, so the name of the Cuban outfielder, with a productive start to the season, does not go unnoticed.

And it is that Jorge Soler ends his contract with the Marlins after the current season, which would make the South Florida ninth consider accepting the package of players that the Yankees would offer, which consists of reliever Ron Marinaccio and the young Dominican patrolman Estevan Floral; this according to information from USA Today.

Both Marinaccio and Florial, once the New York squad’s top prospect, earn minimum salary and won’t be free agents until 2029, so Miami has a chance to bolster the bullpen while also getting a talented outfielder in exchange for sacrifice a Soler who earns 15 million dollars in 2023, in addition to reserving a Player Option for the next tournament.

If the Yankees finish sending the offer for Jorge Soler, the Marlins will have the opportunity to make a decision that does not hurt them as much in the present and lay more foundation for the future.