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    Re: Senzel's Simple Goal: Stay On The Field

    Quote Originally Posted by Wonderful Monds View Post
    I knew Elly was rising fast, but is he really gonna be a top 5 overall prospect next year?
    If he keeps it up. Zach Buchanan wrote an article a week or so ago about how if EDLC and Cartaya keep up what they are doing the rest of this season #1 prospect in baseball is going to be between them.
    What would you say.....ya do here?

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    Re: Senzel's Simple Goal: Stay On The Field

    About 4 years ago many on Redszone were projecting Senzel to be an all star by now

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    Re: Senzel's Simple Goal: Stay On The Field

    Quote Originally Posted by TNRED View Post
    About 4 years ago many on Redszone were projecting Senzel to be an all star by now
    That was a reasonable prediction given his pedigree and minor league numbers.

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    Re: Senzel's Simple Goal: Stay On The Field

    Quote Originally Posted by TNRED View Post
    About 4 years ago many on Redszone were projecting Senzel to be an all star by now
    Lets trade him now.
    Go Gators!

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    Re: Senzel's Simple Goal: Stay On The Field

    Quote Originally Posted by KronoRed View Post
    Lets trade him now.
    Tonight

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    Re: Senzel's Simple Goal: Stay On The Field

    I think we can at least bury the "elite hit tool" talk.
    Everything is perfect, but there is a lot of room for improvement. --- Shunryu Suzuki-roshi

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    Re: Senzel's Simple Goal: Stay On The Field

    Quote Originally Posted by TheBigLebowski View Post
    Out today as well due to a back strain.

    Itís not worth screaming about anymore, as itís absolutely crystal clear he cannot be factored into any future plans. And by ďfuture plans,Ē I mean tomorrow.

    Total bust.
    It's a shame, the Reds had a lot of opportunities to get a good player for Senzel. Cleveland was interested in Senzel for 2 or 3 years.
    It's really typical of the Reds to hold on to a falling prospect until he completely washes out and is valueless. Reds need to be better at projecting players and cut their losses when
    appropriate (like Senzel).. I mean, yes, a few people would have been mad if we traded Senzel to Cleveland 2 years ago, but I imagine they would have gotten over it pretty quickly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by westofyou View Post
    Schrock is my pick for LF, slide Pham into RH, rent an island, fly the others there and the one who survives plays CF
    Schrock does not have the arm to play OF. It cost us several times last year when he was slid into LF due to injuries.
    Schrock does not hit well enough to overcome his defensive liablities.
    I'd rather have Senzel out there, not because I like Senzel, but at least he's adequate defensively.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KronoRed View Post
    Lets trade him now.
    His value is zero. He might would bring back a low level prospect or two, which I guess is better than what we are getting from him. What a huge, monumental bust. An organization like the Reds can't afford(pun intended) to have high ranking prospects flame out. I know it happens to all organizations, but it hurts teams like the Reds, Pirates, Royals, etc. worse.

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    Re: Senzel's Simple Goal: Stay On The Field

    Quote Originally Posted by REDREAD View Post
    It's a shame, the Reds had a lot of opportunities to get a good player for Senzel. Cleveland was interested in Senzel for 2 or 3 years.
    It's really typical of the Reds to hold on to a falling prospect until he completely washes out and is valueless. Reds need to be better at projecting players and cut their losses when
    appropriate (like Senzel).. I mean, yes, a few people would have been mad if we traded Senzel to Cleveland 2 years ago, but I imagine they would have gotten over it pretty quickly.
    To be fair, they did a good job of this with Taylor Trammell and Shed Long, trading them while they still had value.

    Jury is still out on Jeter Downs.
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    Re: Senzel's Simple Goal: Stay On The Field

    Quote Originally Posted by Benihana View Post
    To be fair, they did a good job of this with Taylor Trammell and Shed Long, trading them while they still had value.

    Jury is still out on Jeter Downs.
    SSS but Trammell is doing well in Seattle this year. Wonder if the Ms would take Mahle for him and Lewis with an eye towards next season? I might roll the dice with that.

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    Re: Senzel's Simple Goal: Stay On The Field

    Quote Originally Posted by Benihana View Post
    To be fair, they did a good job of this with Taylor Trammell and Shed Long, trading them while they still had value.

    Jury is still out on Jeter Downs.
    That's a good point, on Trammel/Long.. the Reds do make the right call, sometimes
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    Re: Senzel's Simple Goal: Stay On The Field

    Quote Originally Posted by REDREAD View Post
    That's a good point, on Trammel/Long.. the Reds do make the right call, sometimes
    I don’t know if it’s been mentioned, but Trammel’s hitting .268/.361/.521/.883 for the Mariners in 84 PAs this season. He’ll likely cool off but that’s an impressive stretch.

    I wouldn’t second guess the trade of Trammell. I recall it was the Bauer trade, I would do that every day.

    But it takes lots of patience before reaching final conclusions on some prospects. It takes some guys years before they reach a comfort level in the bigs. Until then, their underlying talent may not be reflected in the numbers.

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    Re: Senzel's Simple Goal: Stay On The Field


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    Nick Senzel immediately went back to the batting cage after last nightís two-hit game as he tries to rebound offensively.

    Senzel is hitting .219 this season. "It's been difficult but I've been through difficult times"

    ďI didnít come this far, I didnít go through all that stuff to just lay down and quit if things donít go my way.Ē



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