Well that wait was certainly worth it. Monday marked one of those "stop what your doing and take a look" moments in fantasy baseball as top Cincinnati Reds outfield prospect Nick Senzel hit not one but TWO home runs out of the leadoff spot for the team in their 12-4 win over the San Francisco Giants and just like that we see the immense potential that the former second overall pick in the 2016 draft brings to the table. Having been dogged by injuries for most of 2018 and at the start of this season, Senzel's upside is incredibly vast as he not only hits for power but also can steal bases and bat .300. That would be the kind of combination to yield high round picks in yearly fantasy baseball drafts and Senzel could be headed towards this status if he keeps this up. Having hit .300 with both power and speed at every level in his development, Senzel should be here to stay now with the Reds and those who had been waiting for his arrival could find themselves with potentially a high impact player the rest of the way. With Senzel also showcasing himself as a guy who draws walks, the typical slumps that come with most rookies figure to be minimized to an extent and so there should be very interesting numbers emanating out of here on a somewhat consistent basis. So strap in and have fun with this as Senzel is already showing he is going to be something to behold.