Eugenio Suarez Cincinnati Reds

Age: 30 (July 18, 1991) | 5' 11" | 213lbs. | Bats: Right 3B-57 PH-1
Tm Lg YEAR G AB R H BB SO 2B 3B HR RBI SB CS BA OBP SLG BB% SO% BABIP G/L/F % $4x4 $5x5
CIN NL 2017 156 534 87 139 84 147 25 2 26 82 4 5 .260 .367 .461 13 23 .309 39/24/37 19 19
CIN AAA 2018 2 5 1 1 3 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 .200 .500 .400 38 13 .250 n/a
CIN NL 2018 143 527 79 149 64 142 22 2 34 104 1 1 .283 .366 .526 11 23 .322 38/25/37 29 27
CIN NL 2019 159 575 87 156 70 189 22 2 49 103 3 2 .271 .358 .572 11 29 .312 36/22/42 29 26
CIN NL 2020 57 198 29 40 30 67 8 0 15 38 2 0 .202 .312 .470 13 29 .214 35/18/47 19 17
CIN NL 2021 134 464 64 83 51 160 17 0 27 71 0 1 .179 .268 .390 10 30 .199 38/16/47 4 5
Career 8yrs 990 3479 499 870 389 1021 147 11 189 539 28 17 .250 .332 .462 10 26 .296 n/a
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Rotoworld:

09.21: Eugenio Suarez went 2-for-5 and hit his 27th homer Monday againstthe Pirates. (It's pretty amazing that Suarez has 27 homers after spending the first half as arguably the NL's least valuable player and then fading into a platoon role last month. He's made the most of limited opportunities this month, going 10-for-32 with four homers, two doubles and six walks. The Reds have to be thinking about going back to him as their primary third baseman, particularly since Mike Moustakas is mired in a six-week slump.)

Alex Patton Alex

The G/L/F% tells the story... his line drive percentage over the last 5 years is 24, 25, 22, 18, and now 16%.  The BABIP has correlated pretty well.  Walk % is also now down to 9% from 13% and K% is now up to 31% versus 23% in his heyday, so it isn't like he has become more selective.

He's only 30, so maybe he should try visiting Driveline Inc. in the off-season.  Perhaps they can help him figure it out.  He just hasn't been a very good hitter over his last 600+ ABs.

Bob Elam Bob-in-TX
Aug 22

What a BABIP. What is going on here?

Kent Ostby Seadogs
Aug 21

I didn't like your idea of trading Wong for Suarez, but getting Hosmer and Smith back certainly makes it more wight.  

Bob Elam Bob-in-TX
Jul 5

Ended up trading Wong, Fuentes, Varsho and Kingery for Hosmer, Suarez and W Smith (catcher). Traded salaries added up to $10. Acquired salaries were $61. We will see. 

joel schreier jschri
Jul 4

Wong for sure.  Real joker is wight.

Bob Elam Bob-in-TX
Jul 3
My chips would be on Wong
John Hobbs Real-Joker
Jul 3

Nope. 

joel schreier jschri
Jul 3

Do you keep his stats if traded to AL?

John Hobbs Real-Joker
Jul 3

Looking at Wong for Suarez.  Wong is at $2 and Suarez $24 (not a keeper).  Going for it and thinking that I rather take the risk on Suarez turning it around vs Wong staying healthy. Thoughts?

joel schreier jschri
Jul 2