Nick Senzel, the Cincinnati Reds center fielder who is coming off of shoulder surgery said he will begin hitting and throwing next month.
Nick Senzel is going to have shoulder surgery. The Cincinnati Reds center fielder tore his labrum in late August making a play in St. Louis.
The Cincinnati Reds try to rebound from a series loss to the Seattle Mariners in the first of three against the Arizona Diamondbacks at Chase Field.
Nick Senzel is going to get a second opinion on his right shoulder, hoping to get better news and that he can avoid surgery.
While he hasn't set the baseball world on fire, Nick Senzel still has the potential to be something great. Take Nolan Arenado, for example.
Sonny Gray threw six strong innings before the Reds' bullpen let him down yet again. Phillip Ervin, however, saved the day with an 11th inning walk-off home run.
Reds lose for the fourth time in three days. Can we just not play baseball for a day? I don't like losing.
The Cincinnati Reds acquired Freddy Galvis earlier this week and now it appears that he's going to be taking away playing time from the young core.
After last night's fireworks, fights, and trades, the Reds took a calmer approach to deadline day and took the series from the Pirates.