Reds' Adam Duvall: Delivers solo bomb in Sunday's loss

Duvall went 2-for-4 with a solo home run and a walk in Sunday's 8-7 loss to the Dodgers.

With 16 homers just over 40 percent of the way through the season, Duvall looks well on his way to match or surpass the 33 he posted during his breakout 2016 campaign. The fact that Duvall has improved on his already impressive slugging is perhaps less surprising than the fact that he's done so while maintaining a .275 batting average, good for fourth among the team's regulars. Duvall has been the beneficiary of a .312 BABIP that's more than 30 points higher than his career mark, but even with some regression baked in the rest of the way, he looks like he'll be less of a liability in batting average than most predicted heading into the season.

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