I don't know. I think Soriano being in a contract year might have a big dropoff in his HR and SB. Soriano said late in the year that he was going for 40/40, and in September, he ran pretty much every time he was on base, regardless of whether everybody in the ballpark knew he was going. Also, he ran whether or not it was good for the team if he ran. This may have had something to do with him wanting a bigger contract..... Sorinao is pretty much impossible to predict. Where he goes and what position (batting order AND team AND fielding position) will have a big impact on where he goes.