Cincinnati Reds: Who is the most entertaining player to watch?

CINCINNATI, OH - AUGUST 30: Luis Castillo #42 of the Cincinnati Reds pitches during the game. (Photo by Kirk Irwin/Getty Images)
CINCINNATI, OH - AUGUST 30: Luis Castillo #42 of the Cincinnati Reds pitches during the game. (Photo by Kirk Irwin/Getty Images) /
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Eugenio Suarez #7 of the Cincinnati Reds reacts after hitting a single in the thirteenth inning of Game One of the National League Wild Card Series. Reds rumors may see Geno headed out of Cincinnati.
ATLANTA, GA – SEPTEMBER 30: Eugenio Suarez #7 of the Cincinnati Reds reacts after hitting a single in the thirteenth inning of Game One of the National League Wild Card Series. (Photo by Todd Kirkland/Getty Images) /

Reds third baseman Eugenio Suárez is very entertaining.

When it comes to entertaining the fans, few players on the Cincinnati Reds roster do it better than Eugenio Suárez. The Reds third baseman not only puts on a performance at the plate, but his smile and infectious personality have made Geno a fan favorite. If Suárez can get back to the level of production we’re used to seeing, he may be more entertaining than Luis Castillo.

Suárez was injured coming into spring training last year and didn’t get much time under his belt before Cactus League play was stopped due to the coronavirus pandemic. I firmly believe that the stoppage really hurt Suárez, perhaps more than any other player on Cincinnati’s roster.

Suárez is also an engaging personality off the field. Who doesn’t enjoy the constant ribbing that Geno gives to Fox Sports Ohio broadcaster Jim Day. Speaking of which, can we please get Suárez on the Jim Day Podcast? How entertaining would that be, huh?

Eugenio Suárez brings power and flare to the plate. After smacking 49 homers in 2019, you know Geno has his sights set to break that mark heading into the 2021 season. Like Luis Castillo, the Cincinnati Reds will be counting on Suárez to be at his best if the team has any hopes of competing for a division crown during the upcoming season.