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Soriano says comments were 'misinterpreted'

Posted on: June 22, 2011 5:44 pm
Edited on: June 22, 2011 6:12 pm
By C. Trent Rosecrans

Alfonso SorianoToday's "misinterpreted" comments are from Alfonso Soriano.

Soriano was upset Wednesday when he said he was "misunderstood" in his comments about Cubs fans -- that they were the "worst" -- found here.

"The fans here are good. at the same time, when you're doing bad, they boo," Soriano told Paul Sullivan of the Chicago Tribune. "But if you're doing good, they clap for you. It's nothing like I said they are bad fans. Here, everywhere -- Cincinnati, St. Louis -- any ballpark you go to and you're doing [bad], what are they going to do? They're going to boo you. If you're doing good, they're happy. So it's not like they're the worst fans in the world."

Soriano said he was just talking about Adam Dunn and how he felt sorry for him. He also said he doesn't mind when he's booed.

"I don't know why [the Chicago Sun-Times' Gordon Wittenmyer] tried to make it like I don't like the fans in Chicago," Soriano said. "Because I enjoy playing in Chicago and I enjoy playing for the fans in Chicago."

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