Cincinnati Reds leaders at the All-Star Break

Cincinnati Reds' Eugenio Suarez watches his two-run home run off Chicago Cubs starting pitcher Jose Quintana during the fifth inning, Friday. -

HITTING

Batting Average:

1. Scooter Gennett- .328

2. Eugenio Suarez- .315

3. Jesse Winker- .294

4. Joey Votto- .290

5. Jose Peraza- .288

Home Runs:

1. Eugenio Suarez- 19

2. Scooter Gennett- 16

3. Adam Duvall- 14

4. Scott Schebler- 12

5. Joey Votto- 9

RBI:

1. Eugenio Suarez- 71

2. Scooter Gennett- 62

3. Adam Duvall- 58

4. Joey Votto- 50

5. Jesse Winker- 42

Runs Scored:

1. Scooter Gennett- 59

2. Joey Votto- 54

3. Billy Hamilton- 53

4. Jose Peraza- 52

5. Eugenio Suarez- 49

Doubles:

1. Scooter Gennett- 21

2. Joey Votto- 20

3. Eugenio Suarez- 17

4. Peraza, Schebler, Duvall and Winker all tied with 15

PITCHING

Wins:

1. Tyler Mahle- 7

t-2. Luis Castillo- 5

t-2. Sal Romano-5

t-2. Matt Harvey- 5

5. Anthony DeSclafani- 4

ERA:

1. Jared Hughes- 1.47

2. David Hernandez- 1.93

3. Michael Lorenzen- 2.30

4. Raisel Iglesias- 2.41

5. Amir Garrett- 3.59

Strikeouts:

1. Tyler Mahle- 98

2. Luis Castillo -96

3. Sal Romano- 74

4. Amir Garrett- 56

5. Matt Harvey- 49

Walks:

1. Tyler Mahle- 43

2. Sal Romano- 40

3. Luis Castillo- 35

4. Wandy Peralta- 25

5. Homer Bailey- 24

Innings Pitched:

1. Luis Castillo- 103.1

2. Sal Romano- 102.1

3. Tyler Mahle- 100.2

4. Matt Harvey- 64.1

5. Homer Bailey- 62.0

Cincinnati Reds’ Eugenio Suarez watches his two-run home run off Chicago Cubs starting pitcher Jose Quintana during the fifth inning, Friday.
https://maysville-online.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/web1_Reds_1-2.jpgCincinnati Reds’ Eugenio Suarez watches his two-run home run off Chicago Cubs starting pitcher Jose Quintana during the fifth inning, Friday.