Soler should have been running on his triple, yes. However, in his defense, many other players would have handled that in a similar way, and he's had a history of leg troubles for his entire career that have caused him to miss numerous games, and the team has instructed him to take it easy, to keep his bat in the lineup. The bigger issue is the Cubs failure to get good wood on almost anything that the Cleveland pitchers have thrown. They aren't even getting hard, deep fly ball outs, and have yet to hit a homer. That has to change tonight, or they're in trouble. And if it doesn't happen, they're going to spend the entire next year wondering how to make it happen next October.