Suarez enters his fourth season on Long Island. He last played for the Ducks in 2010, and during his three years with the Flock, he has batted a combined .322 with nine RBI, 14 runs, two doubles and two triples in 38 games. The 28-year-old has also played in the Atlantic League for the Camden Riversharks, Newark Bears and Road Warriors.
The utility infielder has played nine seasons of professional baseball and has spent time in six different Major League organizations (Expos/Nationals, Rockies, Reds, Astros, Phillies and Dodgers). He spent time last season with the Dodgers at the Single-A level and in the Mexican League. In 581 career games, the Denver native has a 140 RBI, 56 doubles and 10 triples. Suarez was originally drafted by the Expos in the 26th round of the 2004 amateur draft.