Jorge Soler thinks injury isn't season ending

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The Cubs lost outfielder Jorge Soler to an oblique injury on Aug. 24, the second time the Cubs outfielder was placed on the disabled list this season.

Soler said he hopes to start his rehabbing as soon as Friday in time to return for the final stretch of the season.

Before his injury, Soler was hitting .265/.325/.710 with seven home runs and 41 RBI in 90 games this season. The Cubs currently have six outfielders on the 40-man roster including Soler and Kyle Schwarber.

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