Aristides Aquino has been appointed to appointment by the Reds

Denver – for 1 month in August 2019, defensive player Aristides Aquino He was the most prolific home run hitter in the Reds’ major leagues. Aquino hasn’t come close to anything since then, and his time with Cincinnati finally ended when he was Dedicated to waiver on Saturday.

Aquino’s roster place was taken by bowler Conor Overton, whose contract was chosen from Triple-A Louisville to start the Rockies face off.

“A really tough day for our entire club,” said Reds boss David Bale. “We still believe in him as a player. I think he’s going to get another chance at the big slams somewhere. It may turn out that he’s going to end up here again here in our establishment, and we’d welcome him again for sure. He did everything he could, played hard, [a] A great colleague who will surely be missed.”

Aquino, 28, has been hitting .049 with Homer one in 15 games this season while he’s been hitting 2 for 41 with 23 hits. He’s been healthy in his last 25 rackets.

Because of his big struggle, there’s a chance that Aquino could cancel the concessions and move to Louisville. Also helping is that teams must trim rosters from 28 to 26 players after Sunday’s games, which could make it difficult to add a player like Aquino outside of Minor League options.

In 122 games from 2020-22, Aquino ran .164 with 0.618 OPS and 13 Homers while making 38% of his board appearances. In the end, it was all about the lack of results.

“It’s a lot about confidence,” Bell said. “You have some good ups and downs and you have a feeling for something.” “A man with his talent, it is not at all surprising that he has achieved the success that he has. But it is not surprising that any player falls as well. It is very difficult to make everything work together. It is very competitive to play at this level. Even for Aquino, no one works hard. He’s older than him and he’s so talented. It’s a tough game. It’s a tough game. He still has a long way to go. It wouldn’t surprise me at all if he had another month like this and he’s able to keep going after that.”

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