Suarez is not in Thursday's lineup against the Brewers.
He will head to the bench a day after hitting his 49th long ball of the year. Manager David Bell said Wednesday that it would be nice to get Suarez to the 50-home-run plateau, so he should be back in action this weekend against the Pirates.
Suarez went 2-for-3 with a walk and solo home run Wednesday against the Brewers.
Suarez launched his 49th home run of the season in the first inning off Jordan Lyles. He continues to swing the bat incredibly well, collecting hits in nine of his last 11 starts and smacking four homers in his last nine contests. Even given the current advantageous environment for hitters, Suarez's season stands out as he's likely to join Pete Alonso in surpassing 50 home runs before the campaign comes to a close.
Suarez went 2-for-3 with a pair of solo homers and a walk in a victory over Arizona on Sunday.
Suarez took Arizona starter Zac Gallen deep to center field in the fourth and sixth innings to account for the decisive margin of victory. The pair of long balls brought Suarez into a tie for first in the majors with 47 homers this season, 29 of which have come since the All-Star break. The 28-year-old has been especially productive in September, hitting .386 (17-for-44) with eight roundtrippers and 15 RBI in 44 at-bats.
Suarez went 2-for-4 with a home run, a double, a walk and three RBI in a victory over Seattle on Thursday.
Suarez sparked Cincinnati's comeback with an RBI double in the seventh inning and a two-run homer in the eighth. The long ball was his fifth in the last seven games and vaulted him into a tie for second in the majors with 45 home runs this season. Suarez leads MLB with 25 homers since the All-Star break, slashing .300/.385/.704 with a 1.089 OPS in the second half.
Suarez went 3-for-4 with two home runs, two runs and three RBI in Sunday's game against the Diamondbacks.
Remarkably, Suarez is now tied with Christian Yelich and Cody Bellinger for the third-most home runs in the majors with 44, trailing Mike Trout and Pete Alonso, who both sit at 45 long balls. He has established himself as one of the premier power threats in the game.
Suarez went 3-for-5 with a homer and four RBI in Friday's loss to Arizona.
Suarez hit an RBI single in the third inning and a three-run homer in the fifth, though his teammates combined to drive in just one more run in a game the Reds would lose 7-5. He now has 42 homers, just three off the major-league lead. He's showing no ill effects from the bruised hand which kept him out earlier in the week, going 6-for-10 with a pair of homers since returning to the lineup.
Suarez went 3-for-5 with a solo home run in a 4-3 victory against the Phillies on Thursday.
The 28-year-old missed the last three games before Thursday because of a sore hand, but he looked just fine at the plate against the Phillies. Suarez has been on a home-run spree with seven long balls in his last 10 games. He is batting .264 with a career-high 41 home runs, 88 RBI, 78 runs and three steals in 503 at-bats this season.
Suarez (hand) is starting at third base and hitting third Thursday against the Phillies.
As expected, Suarez returns to action after missing the last three games with a sore hand after getting hit by a pitch Sunday. He is hitting .273 with 11 home runs, 20 runs and 16 RBI in 31 games since the start of August.
Manager David Bell said Suarez (hand) should start Thursday's game against the Phillies, Bobby Nightengale of The Cincinnati Enquirer reports.
Suarez was out of the lineup the last three games after being hit by a pitch on his left hand Sunday night, but he returned to the field Wednesday as a pinch runner after Alex Blandino was hit by a pitch. Suarez was diagnosed with a bruise after undergoing an MRI and X-rays, and it looks as though he'll be able to rejoin the starting nine Thursday.
Suarez (hand) remains out of the lineup Wednesday against the Phillies.
Suarez received good news in the form of a negative X-ray after getting hit in the hand by a pitch Sunday, but he'll nevertheless remain out of the lineup for the third straight game. Alex Blandino starts at third base.
Suarez (hand) isn't starting Tuesday's game against the Phillies.
Suarez left Sunday's game against the Cardinals after taking a pitch off his left hand, and while X-rays came back negative, he'll be held out for a second straight day. It's unclear if he'll be available to pinch hit off the bench.
Suarez's X-rays on his hand were negative Monday, revealing nothing worse than a contusion.
Suarez was hit in the hand by a pitch Sunday and appeared initially worried that he could be forced to miss the rest of the season. Those worries were apparently unfounded, however, so he should be back in the lineup soon.
Suarez, who is out of the lineup for Monday's series opener against the Phillies, said he underwent an MRI on his injured left hand earlier in the day, John Fay of The Cincinnati Enquirer reports.
The results of Suarez's tests probably won't be known until later in the day, but the fact that he required an MRI hints that the third baseman could be dealing with more than a day-to-day concern. On a more positive note, Suarez indicated that his hand felt a lot better than it did Monday, specifically noting that he's regained full movement. Kyle Farmer picked up the start at the hot corner Monday and could end up serving as the primary option at the position if Suarez needs to be shut down.
Suarez (hand) is out of the lineup for Monday's game against the Phillies, Bobby Nightengale of The Cincinnati Enquirer reports. The quote from Suarez after the game was ominous: "I don't feel good about this, but I understand this is baseball," Suarez said. "This is how they pitched me. He got me on my hand. I just want to say put everything on God and see if I'm back this year."
After connecting on his 40th home run of the season in the first half of Sunday's doubleheader with the Cardinals, Suarez was in the lineup again for the nightcap, but his start ended early when he was struck in the back of the left hand with a pitch. Suarez will be sent in for X-rays later Monday, as soon as the swelling on his hand goes down. Kyle Farmer is starting in his place at third base in the series opener.
Suarez left the second game of Sunday's doubleheader against the Cardinals after being hit by a pitch on the back of his left hand, Bobby Nightengale of the Cincinnati Enquirer reports.
Suarez hit his 40th home run of the season in the matinee. Hopefully he'll have a chance to build on that number. After being plunked by a 93 mph fastball, Suarez was in visible pain and slammed his helmet as he began walking down the dugout steps. He will be examined in Cincinnati on Monday, per Nightengale.
Suarez went 2-for-4 with a solo home run and a second run scored in Wednesday's 5-0 win over the Marlins.
The 28-year-old has gone deep in four straight games and nine times through 25 contests in August, boosting his slash line on the month to .280/.368/.591. Suarez is now just two homers shy of his first career 40-HR campaign.
Suarez went 3-for-5 with a double, a two-run home run and two runs scored Tuesday against the Marlins.
Suarez took Caleb Smith deep in the first inning to record his 37th homer of the season. He has swung a hot bat of late, going yard in three consecutive games while also racking up four long balls in his past 10 contests. For the season, he's now hitting .260/.340/.537 across 544 plate appearances.
Suarez went 2-for-4 with a solo home run in a 6-3 win over the Marlins on Monday.
Suarez singled in the third inning and crushed a solo home run in the eighth inning off of the video board in left field. A day after setting a new career-high for homers, Suarez continues to add to his total. The 28-year-old has 36 home runs and is hitting .256/.338/.528 in 539 at-bats this season.
Suarez went 1-for-5 with a solo home run Sunday in the Reds' 9-8 loss to the Pirates.
Before taking Pirates closer Felipe Vazquez deep in the ninth inning, Suarez had managed only three hits and struck out 14 times in his last 26 at-bats. Suarez's elevated 28.3 percent strikeout rate has resulted in a nearly 30-point drop in his batting average from 2018, but the third baseman hasn't sacrificed anything in the power department. The home run was his 35th of the season, establishing a new career high in the category.
Suarez (thumb) went 1-for-5 with a solo home run Sunday in the Reds' 5-4 loss to the Cardinals.
Suarez was sidelined for a game while tending to a sprained left thumb, but his 417-foot bomb off Cardinals ace Jack Flaherty in his first at-bat of the afternoon suggested the injury won't hinder him in the power department moving forward. He'll be back in the lineup at third base Monday in the Reds' series opener versus the Padres.
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