FantasySP / MLB / Nick Senzel FantasySP / MLB / Nick Senzel Copyright 2018 5215518 <![CDATA[Senzel ramps up activity in vertigo rehab]]> Nick Senzel's treatment for vertigo has gone well enough lately that the infielder has able to resume baseball activity. Senzel is headed to the team's player development complex in Goodyear, Ariz.]]> 5215518 Wed, 16 May 2018 15:07:01 EDT Official Cincinnati Reds <![CDATA[Reds infield prospect Nick Senzel (vertigo) has reported to]]> Nick Senzel (vertigo) has reported to the team's spring training complex in Arizona to ramp up his rehab activity. Senzel has been on the Triple-A disabled list since early May because of vertigo symptoms -- something he also dealt with last year -- but he's been going through light workouts without issue for the last several days. [...]]]> 5215467 Wed, 16 May 2018 13:35:23 EDT <![CDATA[Reds infield prospect Nick Senzel (vertigo) is expected to return]]> Nick Senzel (vertigo) is expected to return to the lineup at Triple-A Louisville in about a week. Senzel is on the Triple-A disabled list after experiencing a recurrence of vertigo symptoms in early May. [...]]]> 5215356 Wed, 16 May 2018 10:21:14 EDT <![CDATA[Placed on DL with vertigo]]> Senzel (vertigo) was placed on the 7-day disabled list at Triple-A Louisville, David Jablonski of the Dayton Daily News reports. "We are being very cautious with Nick. He's had this before. We feel we've got a good treatment plan in place. We do think it's realistic to expect to see him back on the field in fairly short order," general manager Dick Williams said.

The Reds plan to activate Senzel when he is symptom free, and based on Williams' comments, it sounds like that could be sometime in May. There is no denying Senzel's talent when he is on the field, and the only knock against him as a long-term fantasy asset is that he has now missed time with vertigo twice in less than a 10-month span (he was shut down in late August last year with the same ailment). Senzel, who has been a third baseman for most of his pro career, was moved to second base this year, as he is blocked by Eugenio Suarez at the hot corner in Cincinnati. He was hitting .271/.351/.459 with three home runs and three steals in 97 plate appearances prior to exiting a game on May 3 with dizziness. Once healthy, he could earn a promotion to the majors this summer, but that is far from a guarantee.

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<![CDATA[Top prospect Senzel on 7-day DL with vertigo]]> Nick Senzel was placed on the 7-day disabled list by Triple-A Louisville as the infielder is being treated for vertigo.]]> 5211639 Thu, 10 May 2018 18:21:01 EDT