Ex-teammates watch with awe as Eugenio Suarez racks up home runs

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Ex-teammates watch with awe as Eugenio Suarez racks up home runs
Ex-teammates watch with awe as Eugenio Suarez racks up home runs

CLEVELAND -- Dave Dombrowski made a lot of good deals during his tenure as Detroit Tigers general manager. Trading young infielder Eugenio Suarez to the Cincinnati Reds after the 2014 season will not go down as one of them. Suarez, now 28, has turned into one of the game's best -- most surprising -- power hitters. Suarez hit his 48th home run of the season on Wednesday, the most ever by a Venezuelan-born player. (Andres Galarraga hit 47 with the Colorado Rockies in 1996). In exchange for Suarez, the Tigers got starting pitcher Alfredo Simon, who had one unremarkable season with the Tigers in 2015. Suarez became the Reds' everyday shortstop in 2015 and moved to third base in 2016. His power has

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