Nick Senzel Stats
- Height / Weight
- 6' 1" / 205 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 6/29/1995 (27)
Nick Senzel Season Stats
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Nick Senzel News
Cincinnati Reds outfielder Nick Senzel (toe) said he broke his toe on Tuesday against the Boston Red Sox and will miss the rest of the 2022 season. Senzel crashed into the outfield wall on Tuesday while trying to make a catch. Although he played in a career-high 110 games this year in his fourth major-league season, Senzel was disappointing for fantasy managers, hitting .231/.296/.306 with only five home runs, 25 RBI, 45 runs scored and eight stolen bases in 420 plate appearances. The 27-year-old's rookie season in 2019 was still his best to this point, when he finished with 12 homers, 42 RBI, 14 stolen bases and a .256 batting average in 104 games.
Cincinnati Reds outfielder Nick Senzel (ankle) is back in the starting lineup on Thursday against the Chicago Cubs, serving as the designated hitter and batting seventh against right-hander Adrian Sampson. Senzel sprained his ankle in the game on Tuesday and didn't play on Wednesday, but he won't end up missing much time after all. The 27-year-old hasn't done much for fantasy managers this year, and he's even less appealing near the bottom of the Reds batting order. In his 331 at-bats in 2022, he's hitting .242/.306/.314 with four homers, 24 RBI, 41 runs scored and eight stolen bases. Since the beginning of August, he's slashing .216/.303/.296 with a homer, six RBI, seven runs scored and 16 strikeouts in 24 games played.
Cincinnati Reds outfielder Nick Senzel (ankle) remains out of the starting lineup on Wednesday against the Chicago Cubs. Senzel will miss his second straight game after he was scratched from the lineup on Tuesday with a right ankle sprain. The 27-year-old should be considered day-to-day for now by fantasy managers. TJ Friedl will start in center field and bat leadoff on Wednesday against Cubs right-hander Javier Assad. The left-handed-hitting Friedl has gone 39-for-142 (.275) on the year with five homers, 19 RBI, 24 runs scored and six steals in 46 games. For his two-year big-league career, he's hit five of his six home runs against right-handers, and he'll be a low-cost DFS sleeper on Wednesday.
Cincinnati Reds outfielder Nick Senzel may be looking at his last shot to prove that he can crack the starting lineup as a regular. The former #2 overall pick has struggled with injuries, hasn't found a permanent home defensively, and has failed to produce at the plate at the pro level. As a rookie in 2019, Senzel slashed a mediocre .256/.315/.427 but showed off his wheels with 14 steals. In 2020, he struggled mightily with a slash line of .186/.247/.357 over 78 plate appearances before landing on the IL. He collected just two hits in his final 25 at-bats upon returning from injury.Once thought to be a star in the marking, he now has a role to full time at-bats as Cincinnati's primary centerfielder. With Shogo Akiyama going down with an injury this spring, Senzel has seen the majority of looks in centerfield. If he maintains that job through opening day, then Senzel is a late-round flier with little risk to acquire his services and take a chance on a breakout.