The Washington Nationals agreed to a one-year, $2 million contract with former No. 2 overall pick, Nick Senzel. Nick Senzel was drafted by the Cincinnati Reds in 2019 and has been with them ever since. Across Senzel's five year career thus far, he's been a solid ball player.
It's expected, at least at the start of the season that Nick Senzel will be starting for the Washington Nationals. Nick Senzel has proven himself to be a decent player. He had a solid rookie year in 2019, and has continued it ever since.
In Nick Senzel's MLB career, he's started in 377 career games. Totaling out to be 1,230 at-bats. In Nick Senzel's MLB career, he is slashing .239/.302/.369, with 33 HR's, 125 RBI's, and a .671 OPS. Nick Senzel has been producing at the plate for the Reds.
The Washington Nationals are in the middle of a rebuild. Each year they're getting better. With that said, no one knows how many moves or how big of a move the Nationals will make. This move is a lower-end move. Nick Senzel should be able to continue his solid career in Washington.