Senzel (hamstring) remains out of the lineup Friday against the Cardinals.
Senzel left Wednesday's game with a mild hamstring strain. He downplayed the problem and the Reds reportedly don't expect him to end up on the injured list, but he'll sit for the second straight game Friday. Jesse Winker again slides to center field, with Phillip Ervin in left.
Manager David Bell said Senzel (hamstring) won't require a trip to the injured list, Bobby Nightengale of The Cincinnati Enquirer reports.
Senzel exited Wednesday's loss to the Cubs with what is being described as a mild hamstring strain. While Bell didn't seem too worried about the injury -- an MRI revealed nothing serious, per Mark Sheldon of MLB.com -- the skipper admitted that Senzel may miss a game or two as a result. Jesse Winker is starting in center field Thursday, with Phillip Ervin in left.
Senzel (hamstring) is not starting Thursday against the Cardinals.
Senzel exited Wednesday's game against the Cubs with a hamstring injury, and the issue will force him to miss at least one game. Jesse Winker is covering center field in place of the 24-year-old Senzel, who should be considered day-to-day.
Senzel (hamstring) thinks he'll be ready to go for Thursday's series opener against the Cardinals, C. Trent Rosecrans of The Athletic reports.
Senzel exited Wednesday's game against the Cubs with an apparent hamstring injury, though the youngster didn't seem overly concerned about the issue. He should be considered day-to-day ahead of Thursday's series opener.
Senzel went 4-for-5 with two triples, a double, a walk and two runs Saturday in the Reds' 17-9 win over the Rockies.
Senzel was one of four Reds to finish with at least four hits as the team racked up 24 on the night. The breakout showing at the dish was a welcome sight for fantasy managers, as Senzel had been batting just .238/.292/.429 over his preceding 30 games dating back to June 1.
Senzel (ankle) went 0-for-3 with two strikeouts in Friday's 3-2 loss to the Rockies.
The center fielder had previously exited a game versus the Indians on July 7 with an ankle sprain but appears good to go after the All-Star break. Senzel is hitting .259/.321/.449 with eight homers, 33 runs scored, 27 RBI and eight stolen bases in 56 games.
Senzel (ankle) will start Friday against Colorado.
Senzel left the Reds' final game before the All-Star break with a right ankle sprain, but the issue wasn't expected to be a serious one. He'll bat sixth and play center field Friday in Coors Field.
Senzel (ankle) is expected to be ready to play following the All-Star break, C. Trent Rosecrans of The Athletic reports.
Senzel departed Sunday's clash with a right ankle sprain, but he doesn't appear to be facing an extended absence. Cincinnati's starting center fielder will get the next four days off to recover until Friday's matchup with the Rockies, so the hope is that he'll be ready to roll for the series opener.
Senzel exited Sunday's game versus the Indians with a right ankle sprain.
Senzel sustained the injury while attempting to make a catch at the wall during the first inning Sunday. The severity of the sprain remains unclear, but the 24-year-old will have the next four days to aid in his recovery thanks to the All-Star break.
Senzel was removed from Sunday's game against the Indians with an apparent right leg injury, John Fay of The Cincinnati Enquirer reports.
Senzel collided with the outfield wall during the first inning Sunday and was unable to remain in the game. The 24-year-old initially stayed in and walked in the bottom of the frame, but he was removed prior to the second inning. The specifics of the injury should be revealed as he is further evaluated.
Senzel is not in the lineup for Wednesday's game against the Brewers.
Senzel sits for just the fourth time since making his MLB debut two months ago. He's largely been as advertised so far, contributing across the board with a .268/.329/.468 slash line in 51 games, adding eight homers and eight steals. Jesse Winker slides to center field in his absence, with Derek Dietrich starting in left.
Senzel went 2-for-4 with a walk, two RBI and a run Sunday in the Reds' 8-6 win over the Cubs.
Senzel concluded June with his fifth multi-hit effort of the month and narrowly missed out on his first three-hit performance since May 26 after Jason Heyward robbed him of a potential two-run home run in the seventh inning. Though he's primarily served as the Reds' leadoff man during his rookie season, Senzel will drop down to the fifth spot in the order Monday against Milwaukee while Jesse Winker gets a spin in the table-setting role.
Senzel (migraine) is starting in center field and batting fifth Sunday at Milwaukee.
Senzel was removed from Friday's game due to the migraine and was held out of the lineup Saturday, though he did make a pinch-hit appearance. The 23-year-old has a .325/.372/.700 slash line with four homers in his last 12 games.
Senzel (migraine) appeared as a pinch hitter Saturday, striking out in the seventh inning.
Senzel appears to be on a path to return to starting action soon.
Senzel (headache) is expected to be available off the bench Saturday against the Brewers, Bobby Nightengale of The Cincinnati Enquirer reports.
A headache forced Senzel to leave Friday's contest, a particular worry for a player who has missed time due to vertigo in the past. The issue doesn't appear to be particularly serious right now, and it doesn't sound as though Senzel will miss too much more time.
Senzel (headache) is not in Saturday's lineup against the Brewers.
He left Friday's game with a migraine headache, which wouldn't be ideal under any circumstance but is even more concerning given Senzel's track record of missing time with vertigo. Jose Peraza is starting in center field and hitting seventh.
Senzel exited Friday's game against the Brewers due to a headache, C. Trent Rosecrans of The Athletic reports.
Senzel was pulled from the contest in the fourth inning, and it was later revealed that he left with a headache. The Reds are likely exercising caution with the young center fielder, who's dealt with vertigo in the past.
Senzel went 2-for-4 with a home run, three RBI and a walk during Thursday's 7-1 win over the Brewers.
Senzel picked up an RBI on a bases-loaded walk in the first inning and later added a two-run home run in the seventh. He has been quite productive of late, totaling nine RBI, three home runs and five runs scored over his last eight games. Senzel seems to be reacting positively to his move to fifth in the order.
Senzel will start in center field and bat fifth Tuesday against the Astros, Mark Sheldon of MLB.com reports.
Senzel had led off in each of his starts dating back to May 8, but manager David Bell will at least temporarily pull the plug on the rookie in the table-setting role and instead give Jesse Winker a spin atop the lineup. It's unclear if Bell merely wants to get a more seasoned option in Winker to try and ignite the offense against Houston ace Justin Verlander or if Senzel is being penalized for his poor production of late. The 23-year-old has managed a lowly .265 on-base percentage so far this month, though he has racked up eight extra-base hits in 12 games.
Senzel (eye) is back in the lineup Monday against Houston, leading off and playing center field.
Senzel required stitches on his left eyelid after leaving Saturday's game against the Rangers after a ball bounced up and hit him in the face. He did not appear in Sunday's contest, though he was reportedly available off the bench.
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