BY: Zane Miller
The Reds currently have a record of 52-66 with 44 games remaining in the regular season. As the season winds down, there have been five Reds players that have stood out the most during the course of the season.
1. 3- Scooter Gennett
Gennett has been chosen by me as the Game MVP six times this season, the most by any Red this year. In addition, Gennett has driven in 68 RBIs, 17 home runs, 132 hits, 32 walks and 67 runs with a .307 batting average over 114 games played, as well as a selection to the MLB All-Star Game.
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2. 43- Scott Schebler
Schebler has earned Game MVP honors five times, getting 37 RBIs, 12 home runs, 74 hits, 24 walks and 42 runs while hitting .278 over the course of 76 games played.
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3. 7- Eugenio Suarez
Suarez got Game MVP honors five times as well, while earning 88 RBIs, 26 home runs, 115 hits, 45 walks and 63 runs with a .303 batting average over 101 games played, also earning a selection to the MLB All-Star Game.
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4. 23- Adam Duvall
Duvall also was the Game MVP five times, getting 61 RBIs, 15 home runs, 68 hits, 34 walks and 40 runs, however he struggled in the batting average department, hitting .205 over 105 games. At the Trade Deadline, Duvall was traded to the Atlanta Braves for Lucas Sims, Matt Wisler and Preston Tucker.
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5. 33- Jesse Winker
Winker also earned Game MVP honors five times, earning 43 RBIs, seven home runs, 84 hits and 38 runs, hitting .299 over 89 games. However, Winker has since been knocked out for the rest of the season with a shoulder injury.
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