2019 Reds, 1987 Topps style: The Infielders
One bright spot for the offense this year was Eugenio Suarez. He broke Andres Galarraga‘s record for most homers by a Venezuelan player, slugging 49 homers. He is only the fifth Reds player to hit more than 40 blasts in a season during Marty Brennaman’s career as a Reds announcer. The others were George Foster, Ken Griffey Jr., Greg Vaughn, and Adam Dunn.
I’ve got two Suarez “fun cards” to post. The only other infielders I have that were not previously posted are Jose Iglesias and Scooter Gennett, who was traded to the Giants at the deadline and then released less than a month later. I hope he lands somewhere.
Posted on October 9, 2019, in baseball, baseball cards and tagged 1987 Topps, 2019 Reds 1987 Topps football style, Cincinnati Reds, Eugenio Suarez, fun cards, Jose Iglesias, Scooter Gennett. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.