Suarez homer is longest by a Reds player at GABP this season

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Suarez homer is longest by a Reds player at GABP this season

Eugenio Suarez’s solo homer in Cincinnati’s 10-3 win over the Padres Thursday is the longest home run this season by a Reds player at Great American Ballpark.

Suarez’s 448-foot moonshot to left-center field (according to ESPN’s home run tracker) followed Scooter Gennett’s grand slam in the seventh inning.

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It falls more than a few dozen feet short of the longest home run at the ballpark. That honor goes to Adam Dunn, who coincidentally, hit a 535-foot bomb on the same day 13 years ago.

Cincinnati Reds' Eugenio Suarez celebrates after hitting a solo home run off San Diego Padres relief pitcher Brad Hand in the seventh inning Thursday, Aug. 10, 2017, in Cincinnati. John Minchillo/AP
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