SBN's Bleed Cubbie Blue weighs in on the Soriano injury:
Two weeks. One stint on the DL; that could have been done in mid-May. That's when the knee injury, suffered sometime in April when Soriano ran into a wall at Wrigley chasing a fly ball, started to bother him and he stopped hitting. All of us watching him play could tell he wasn't running at full strength either on the bases or in the field, and it finally -- way too late -- became painfully obvious on Thursday when he couldn't plant his leg and dropped A.J. Pierzynski's fly ball at Wrigley, helping to blow that game open.
As Lou said in the article linked above, it's great that Soriano wants to get out there and help the team win. But if he's hurt, FIX IT! This could have been done four months ago and he'd have been out there at full strength by June.