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Senzel to Have Season-Ending Surgery

Nick Senzel season ends yesterday as it was announced that Senzel will undergo an unfortunate season-ending surgery to repair a torn tendon in his index finger.

“It had been a challenging season from the start but it has made me grow,” Senzel wrote on Twitter. “The news this morning was very unfortunate but I was prepared mentally on how to handle it whether good or bad.

“I had a goal this season and it was to make it to the big leagues and help the Cincinnati Reds win ballgames, although I did not fulfill this goal it will not stop my drive to continue to fulfill my dream.”

Senzel owned a .310/.378/.509 line with 6 HR, 25 RBI & 8 SB in 44 games. We speculate here he had the ability to finish the season with .280-.290 batting average and add 15-20 homers as well as 15-20 stolen bases on top. It comes as big blow to the Reds and his fantasy owners.




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