Like Cincinnati Red Devil continue their possible push towards first playoff berth in three years and second in 10 seasons, a notable name reported in the commercial market.
After being limited to 103 games last season, India is on a strong recovery campaign in 2023.
The 26-year-old has played in all but one of the team’s 101 competitions (and is leading the league in games played), while also leading the National League in shots on target (14) and eighth in goalscoring (68).
India is threatening to set career highs in several offensive categories, as he is on track to surpass many of his rookie year stats.
He’s hit the top of his 12 stolen bases and has added 14 home runs (drawn with the team’s top), 51 RBIs, and a .251/.338/.411 cross.
As mentioned by Mark Feinsand of MLB.com, although India may not have entered the peak of his career yet, moving him away for a pitching assist at the start might not be a bad idea.
Cincinnati (55-46) is just 0.5 games behind the Milwaukee Brewers (55-45) to take first place at NL Central and they enter Monday at the top of the leaderboard. wild card leaderboard.
However, the solid season is not due to them starting to play, because the Red Devils are 26th in MLB at ERA (4.73) and starting quality (27).
With a stream of promising young players like Elly De La Cruz (21), Christian Encarnacion-Strand (23), Matt McLain (23) and Spencer Steer (25), India could find their way out of Cincy before the August 1 trade deadline.