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1 year agoCincinnati Reds third base prospect Nick Senzel (elbow), who is ranked as the team's top prospect and No. 6 in all of baseball, is feeling better after having surgery to remove bone chips in his left elbow in mid-October and is expected to be ready to swing a bat by the end of December. The 23-year-old's minor league season was shortened by vertigo issues in May and a right index finger fracture in June that required season-ending surgery. "The elbow is good. It was six weeks [last] Tuesday. It was supposed to be a six-week recovery, so it's getting there," Senzel said. "I'd say I'm at about 90 percent. I will start doing baseball activity in the next week or so." He spent time at second and third base last year but was working in the outfield in instructional league and could have a spot in center field in 2019 with Billy Hamilton now a free agent. Senzel hit .310/.378/.509 with six home runs and 25 RBI in 44 games for Triple-A Louisville last season. His injuries are a concern, but Senzel's athletic ability and power at the plate make him a must-stash in dynasty/keeper leagues. Potential multi-position eligibility could make him more attractive to those in mixed leagues whenever he makes his major league debut.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBaller
Source: - Mark Sheldon

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