Cincinnati Reds pitcher Michael Lorenzen followed up his solid season in 2018 with an even better season in 2019, as a pitcher and as a position player.
Anthony DeSclafani put together arguably his best season with the Cincinnati Reds in 2019, but it didn't start out that way.
Aristides Aquino spent the first four months of the season in the minor leagues, but once he arrived with Cincinnati he made his presence known on the Reds.
Tucker Barnhart had a very tough first half, but the Cincinnati Reds catcher put together a big second half to rebound in a big way.
The 2019 season for Amir Garrett was the best one he's had in the Major Leagues, setting new career bests in several categories for the Cincinnati Reds.
Sonny Gray came to the Cincinnati Reds in 2019 coming off of the worst season of his career. He then went out and became a National League All-Star.
The 2019 season was the toughest of the career for Raisel Iglesias. After signing a new contract with the Cincinnati Reds he losted 12 games in relief.
Josh VanMeter tore the cover off of the ball in Triple-A Louisville before joining the Cincinnati Reds later in the year and making his MLB debut.
If not for injuries and the month of August, Cincinnati Reds center fielder Nick Senzel could have had a special rookie season in 2019.
Jesse Winker was an above-average hitter for the Cincinnati Reds for the third straight year. But he saw a big change in his game during the 2019 season.
The 2019 season saw right-handed pitcher Luis Castillo set career bests nearly across the board, all while being named an All-Star for the Cincinnati Reds.
Jose Iglesias stepped up for the Cincinnati Reds in 2019 after Scooter Gennett's injury thrusts him into the starting shortstop role to start the year.