The Reds transferred Senzel (knee) to the 60-day injured list Sunday.
Senzel's last appearance for the Reds came May 17. He underwent surgery on his left knee a week and a half later, prompting the club to target the All-Star break for his return to action. His move to the 60-day IL ensures he won't be available for the first couple of games after the break, but Senzel's timeline to return shouldn't be dramatically altered by the transaction. Aristides Aquino (wrist) was activated from the 60-day IL in a corresponding move, and he'll likely serve as a reserve outfielder behind everyday starters Jesse Winker, Nick Castellanos and Tyler Naquin.
Reds manager David Bell said Sunday that he anticipates Senzel (knee) will return from the 10-day injured list in mid-July, Charlie Goldsmith of The Cincinnati Enquirer reports.
The Reds will wrap up their first-half schedule July 11, so the team is presumably hopeful that Senzel will be ready to go after the All-Star break. Senzel is just over a week removed from undergoing arthroscopic surgery to clean out cartilage in his left knee.
Senzel underwent arthroscopic surgery on his left knee Friday, Bobby Nightengale of The Cincinnati Enquirer reports.
Senzel's procedure to clean out cartilage from his knee appears to have gone as planned, but manager David Bell didn't have an updated timetable for the 25-year-old's return Saturday. Senzel is expected to miss 4-to-6 weeks, but a better idea of his status should be known once he's able to resume activities. Jonathan India figures to continue serving as the primary second baseman in Senzel's absence.
The Reds announced Wednesday that Senzel will require arthroscopic surgery on his left knee. He's expected to miss 4-to-6 weeks.
Senzel was placed on the 10-day injured list Friday due to left knee inflammation, and the issue is apparently more serious than the team initially anticipated. Manager David Bell described the surgery as a "clean-up" but said that the Reds won't have an official timetable for Senzel's return until the procedure is complete, Bobby Nightengale of The Cincinnati Enquirer reports. Jonathan India should serve as Cincinnati's primary second baseman while Senzel is out.
Senzel hit the injured list Friday due to left knee inflammation.
Senzel had missed three straight games with what was originally referred to as knee soreness, but manager David Bell had previously said he expected Senzel back in action Friday. As it turns out, the injury is bad enough to sideline him for at least another week. The move can be backdated by three days, leaving him eligible to return next Friday, though it's not yet clear whether or not he's expected to do so. Scott Heineman was recalled in a corresponding move.
Senzel (knee) is out of the lineup for Thursday's game against the Giants.
A sore knee will relegate Senzel to a bench role for the third straight game, but he's expected to return to the lineup Friday, Bobby Nightengale of The Cincinnati Enquirer reports. With Senzel out, the Reds will roll out an outfield of Jesse Winker, Tyler Naquin and Nick Castellanos from left to right, while rookie Jonathan India picks up another start at the keystone.
Senzel (knee) isn't in the lineup for Wednesday's game against the Giants.
Senzel will be out of the lineup for a second straight game due to knee soreness. However, manager David Bell said that Senzel could be available off the bench Wednesday, and he's hopeful that he'll be back in the lineup Thursday, Charlie Goldsmith of The Cincinnati Enquirer reports. Jonathan India will start at second base and bat eighth.
Senzel's absence from the lineup for Tuesday's game against the Giants is due to knee soreness, C. Trent Rosecrans of The Athletic reports.
The injury doesn't appear to be particularly serious, but Senzel will miss at least a start or two. He's a candidate to appear off the bench Tuesday.
Senzel is not in the lineup for Tuesday's game against the Giants.
Senzel has yet to really get going at the plate this season, hitting .252/.323/.315 with one homer in 124 plate appearances. He's also been successful in just two of his seven steal attempts. Senzel will thus hit the bench after starting two straight games at third base, with Eugenio Suarez shifting to the hot corner and Kyle Farmer starting at shortstop.
Senzel (heel) will bat leadoff and start at third base Sunday against the Rockies.
The 25-year-old was limited to bench duties the past two games after suffering the heel injury Thursday, but he'll rejoin the starting nine Sunday in Colorado. Senzel is making his first major-league start at third base, though he was shifted to the hot corner in-game once earlier this season.
Senzel (heel) remains out of the Reds' lineup Saturday against the Rockies.
Senzel was forced to exit Thursday's game early and has not been in the starting lineup since. The Reds have said they don't expect him to miss an extended amount of time, but his absence opens playing time for Jonathan India at second base and Tyler Naquin in center field.
Senzel (heel) will sit Friday against the Rockies.
Senzel left Thursday's series opener with what was eventually diagnosed as a heel contusion after crashing into the outfield wall while chasing a flyball. The Reds don't expect him to miss an extended period, but he'll sit for at least one game, with Jonathan India getting the start at second base and Tyler Naquin starting in center field.
Senzel (heel) is not expected to have a long-term absence, C. Trent Rosecrans of The Athletic reports.
Senzel exited Thursday's contest in the third inning and was diagnosed with a heel contusion. While it appears he avoided a serious injury, it remains unclear when he will be able to return to the lineup. Shogo Akiyama could see an uptick in playing time if Senzel remains sidelined for the team's weekend series against the Rockies at Coors Field.
Senzel exited Thursday's contest against the Rockies with a heel contusion.
Senzel appeared to injure himself after running into the wall in the first inning. He remained in the game for another frame before being pulled but appears to have avoided serious injury. If he is forced to miss further game action, Shogo Akiyama figures to be a potential beneficiary.
Senzel exited Thursday's game against the Rockies with an undisclosed injury, Bobby Nightengale of The Cincinnati Enquirer reports.
Senzel hit the outfield wall trying to track down a fly ball in the first inning. He remained in the contest for an additional inning, but Shogo Akiyama replaced him as a pinch-hitter in the third frame. Though no specifics were given, the news is concerning given Senzel's lengthy history of injury.
Senzel went 3-for-4 with a run scored in Tuesday's 7-2 loss to the Pirates.
The move back to second base seems to be agreeing with Senzel. The 25-year-old has hit safely in five straight games, going 8-for-20 (.400) over that span, and the hot streak has pushed his slash line on the season up to .277/.355/.351.
Senzel will lead off and start at second base Tuesday against the Pirates.
Rather than forcing Senzel to compete with Tyler Naquin for work in center field, manager David Bell has found a way to keep both hot-hitting players in the lineup by deploying Senzel at the keystone. With Senzel having now made five starts at second base this season and three in the past four games, Jonathan India appears to have shifted into a reserve role. Given that India is one of the organization's top prospects, he could soon be sent to Triple-A Louisville in order to pick up everyday at-bats.
Senzel went 2-for-5 with a double, three RBI and a run scored Monday against the Pirates.
Senzel had plenty to contribute at the dish in the series opener, driving home a pair in the fourth inning on a single to right followed by an RBI double in the eighth. He's in the midst of a modest five-game hitting streak and has put together a .256/.340/.333 slash line with one homer, eight RBI and two stolen bases over 31 games in 2021.
Senzel (shoulder) will start in center field and bat sixth Wednesday against the White Sox.
Senzel was scratched from the lineup ahead of Tuesday's 9-0 loss to the White Sox, but that was mostly for precautionary purposes while he managed a sore shoulder. The injury is apparently only a minor concern for Senzel, who should see the bulk of the work in center field over Tyler Naquin now that his bat has begun to wake up. Over his last 10 games, Senzel is slashing .303/.385/.424 with a home run and a 5:4 BB:K.
Senzel (shoulder) will be in the lineup Wednesday against the White Sox, Mark Sheldon of MLB.com reports.
The 25-year-old was scratched from Tuesday's starting nine with shoulder soreness, but he's expected to be back in the lineup for Wednesday's series finale. Senzel is 6-for-15 with one homer, two walks, one stolen base, two RBI and two runs over his past four games.
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