Last night Soriano pitched a very good game with the exception of two pitches both to Chavez which got deposited in the seats for HR's both solo shots at that. Those were the only two hits he gave up and although he issued two walks one of those seemed like the ump had his eyes closed for ball four (just my opinion, Ive learned from Lou that you can't argue balls and strikes
) The M's lost the game on a combination of some of the most horrible base running I have ever seen and a somewhat drawn in outfield with men on first and second with one out. Jermaine Dye was on second base with Terrance Long at the plate and Cameron let a ball get over his head in center field and Dye pretty much limped home from second base. I wont go to far into the details of the baserunning but if you are on first base and a ball is hit to the outfield and appears to be caught, if you head back to first base and the batter is screaming at you and pointing for you to go back to second you don't go back to first base and stand there with a stupid look on your face.
Anyway the point of this is Soriano looks real good on the mound, good control, he fields the position well and he going to give you 7 or more innings most nights.