Nick Senzel, the top prospect in the Cincinnati Reds organization, underwent surgery Thursday to reduce the fracture in his right index injury, the Reds announced.» RELATED: Senzel ‘felt pop’ in finger after throwThere was no damage to the tendon in the finger. The first report indicated Senzel had torn the tendon in the finger. Dr. Thomas Graham performed the surgery in New York City.Surgery was a success #RoadToRecovery— Nick Senzel (@LilSenzii) June 28, 2018 There is no timetable for Senzel's return. He suffered the injury Friday while playing for Triple-A Louisville, and the Reds announced he would miss the rest of the season.» HOT REDS: Suarez says team trying to enjoy momentSenzel, the No. 2 pick in the 2016 draft, hit .310 with six home runs and 25 RBIs in 44 games this season.In Other News1Former Dayton guard transferring to Chicago State2Wright State routs Northern Kentucky in Horizon League tournament3Ohio State Buckeyes: 3 more kickoff times announced4 Chaminade Julienne basketball team getting boost from Ohio State...5Oakwood doubles team among state tennis qualifiers from areaAbout the AuthorDavid JablonskiDavid Jablonski covers the Dayton Flyers and other sports for the Dayton Daily News, Springfield News-Sun and Journal News.