Cincinnati Reds top prospect Nick Senzel left the on Thursday night after his first at-bat for Louisville. He was removed after feeling dizziness. The infielder hasn’t played since, and according to Bats broadcaster Nick Curran, he hasn’t seen him in the dugout since then either. Until today. Senzel tweeted out some good news earlier today:

This is a good sign for Nick Senzel. And for the Bats, and Reds for that matter. What exactly was causing the issue with the dizziness seems to have subsided and Senzel sounds like he’s ready to get back to things tomorrow. Louisville will return home after the afternoon game today to start a home stand on Monday evening.


3 Responses

  1. kevinz

    Great news indeed mayb going through what Votto did a good amount years back. remember when Votto had the issue with dizzy spells.

  2. Wes

    The dizziness to senzel should be the biggest concern to reds nation this season by a mile. For it to happen so soon is a potential sign of a long term condition effecting his career. It would be a crushing blow to organization to loose him.

  3. kevinz

    Crushing blow is right already 2nd worse in runs scored on the big club.
    Since late last year Senzel got some sort of sickness, then shoulder injury and dizziness this year. Worry should be the Key word with Nick until proven other wise