India went 3-for-4 with a walk, a double, two home runs, three runs scored and three RBI in Friday's 6-2 win over the Mets. The rookie put together the best performance of his brief career, leading off the game with a solo shot and then capping the scoring for the Reds with a two-run blast off Anthony Banda in the ninth inning. In 14 games since the All-Star break, India is slashing .309/.433/.582 with four of his 10 homers on the year.
India went 1-for-3 with a solo home run and a walk in Tuesday's 4-3 win over the Mets. India continued his campaign for NL Rookie of the Year on Tuesday night with a solo home run off Mets starter Robert Stock. Since May 28, the Reds' second baseman has a .462 OBP, good for best in all of baseball. India has clearly attended the Joey Votto School of Taking Walks, as he's worked 47 free passes this season.
India went 2-for-3 with three walks, a double, two runs scored and an RBI in Monday's 15-11 extra-innings loss to the Mets. The rookie has emerged as an outstanding leadoff option for the Reds. Since the beginning of July, India is slashing .340/.530/.511 with one homer, one steal, seven RBI, eight runs and a 13:16 BB:K through 15 games.
India went 1-for-5 with a solo home run in Saturday's loss to the Brewers. India took reliever Brad Boxberger deep to left field to lead off the eighth inning, the seventh home run of the season for the rookie infielder. India has been a solid contributor across the board for the Reds, and for fantasy managers, slashing .271/.394/.410 with 36 RBI and seven stolen bases (10 attempts) in 326 plate appearances. He's also drawn a team-leading 42 walks.
India (ankle) went 1-for-2 with an RBI double, a walk and a run scored in Tuesday's 7-6 loss to Kansas City. India started at second base and hit leadoff, but he only played six innings. After the contest, manager David Bell described India as "quite a bit less than 100 percent," Bobby Nightengale of The Cincinnati Enquirer reports. Bell didn't rule India out of the lineup for Wednesday's series finale in Kansas City, but it wouldn't be surprising to see the rookie infielder get another day or two off prior to the All-Star break.