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Podcast — RNR #180: Is Eugenio Suarez the next Joey Votto? (Plus our picks for Reds Hall of Fame.)

Jason Linden joined me again this week to discuss everything about the ol’ Cincinnati Reds. We began by diving into all the similarities between young Eugenio Suarez and young Joey Votto, then discussed and analyzed this week’s announcement of the six candidates for the Reds Hall of Fame. We finished up by getting a little excited over some young Reds pitchers. Plus, Jason played all kinds of games with me this episode.

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2 thoughts on “Podcast — RNR #180: Is Eugenio Suarez the next Joey Votto? (Plus our picks for Reds Hall of Fame.)

  1. I think we are seeing Suarez developing into an elite player. Some players apparently look at Joey’s line and figure he must be doing something right. Not all players “adjust.” Only those that do will succeed long term. Eugenio certainly “looks” to be improving week to week over an extended period of time. Lock him up long term.

  2. Suarez is currently 33rd in OPS at .855. With his new found plate discipline and defense, he’d be one of the best players on any team.

    I think he and Cozart have adopted some of Joey’s approach and I hope that grabs other player’s attention. Imagine if Hamilton got more plate discipline and simply got on base at a .350 clip.

    Joey might end up being the best batting coach in the history of the Reds.

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