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The Giants have made a major stride in their quest to improve their offensive capabilities by signing outfielder Jorge Soler to a three-year contract. The news of the signing was reported by Susan Slusser of the San Francisco Chronicle on Monday night. At 31 years old, Soler brings much-needed power to the Giants’ lineup.

In 2023, Soler had a standout season with the Miami Marlins, hitting 36 home runs and posting a .250/.341/.512 slash line. He also earned the World Series MVP title in 2021 with the Atlanta Braves, helping them win the championship with a .300 batting average, three home runs, and six RBIs.

The addition of Soler is a significant step forward for San Francisco as they look to build upon their recent successes. The Giants have been known for their solid defense and pitching, but this move shows that they are committed to improving their offense as well. With Soler on board, the Giants now have a formidable lineup that is capable of producing runs and winning games.

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