Josh VanMeter's 463 foot home run in Milwaukee was the longest home run hit by any Cincinnati Reds player in the 2019 season.
Eugenio Suarez hit four of the ten longest home runs of 2019 for the Cincinnati Reds. His 457-foot homer against Jon Lester on June 30th was his longest.
Eugenio Suarez hit a 456-foot home run in the middle of September, making it the 3rd longest of the season for the Cincinnati Reds.
As we continue to count down the Top 10 longest home runs hit by the Cincinnati Reds in 2019, we look at the 453-foot moonshot hit by Yasiel Puig.
Aristides Aquino's 452 foot home run on August 10th was the 5th longest of the season for the Cincinnati Reds in the 2019 season.
Cincinnati Reds third baseman Eugenio Suarez hit a 451-foot home run on August 6th, making it the 6th longest of the year for the Reds.
Aristides Aquino hit a 448 foot home run in early August off of Angels pitcher Jose Suarez. It was the Cincinnati Reds 7th longest homer of the 2019 season.
Yasiel Puig was not with the Cincinnati Reds for the entire 2019 season, but he made his presence felt at times, including this 445-foot home run.
Aristides Aquino's third homer of the season was the 9th longest of the year hit by a Cincinnati Reds player. It was also the hardest hit all year.
On May 24th Eugenio Suarez hit a 445-foot home run off of Steve Cishek at Wrigley Field. It was the 10th longest homer of the year for the Cincinnati Reds.