Soler, like many other batters, struggled during the abbreviated 2020 season, hitting just .228 with eight home runs and 24 RBIs in 43 games.
Because clubs only played 60 games, few people put up great counting metrics, and batting averages were down across baseball, the figures were better than they appeared on the surface.
As a result, his OPS+ of 108 was still respectable, albeit substantially lower than that of the previous two years.
Despite this, he finished tied for third on the Royals in home runs, trailing only C Salvador Perez, who had a fantastic comeback season after missing all of 2019, and Whit Merrifield, who is more known as a speedy singles hitter than a power threat (he was also tied with 3B Maikel Franco).
He also had fewer RBIs than the same three players, and he struck out 60 times. As a result, he was hoping for a strong rebound season in 2021.
That did not happen, as he hit .198 with 13 home runs and 37 RBIs in 94 games.
His OPS+ at that time was 79, but by July, he was hitting better, with a slugging percentage of .561, after his batting average and slugging percentage were both at.314 at the end of May.
How Much Does Jorge Soler Weigh?
Jorge Soler Weighs a total of 98 kg.