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Rendon takes batting practice, grounders as rehab progresses

It's been a lengthy process for Anthony Rendon to work his way back to the Washington Nationals after being mired in injuries that have kept him off the field for the beginning of the 2015 season. However, the third baseman appears to be headed in the right direction after suffering an oblique strain while on a rehab assignment for a torn MCL, both injuries occurring on the left...
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2 days ago  |  Discuss

Nationals Pull Within Half Game Of Mets, Sandy Preaches Patience

Here come the Washington Nationals… In 18 days they’ve climbed back from eight games behind the first place Mets to within a half game of the top spot. How did they do it? They’ve won 13 of their last 17 games. Next week they get their top offensive star back, Anthony Rendon, who started baseball activities on Friday. Yes, that’s right, they’ve accomplished this dramatic...
Via Mets Merized Online
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Anthony Rendon to Resume Baseball Activity, Washington Nationals Need his Youth in the Infield

Anthony Rendon #6 of the Washington Nationals hits a single to center field against Tim Hudson #17 of the San Francisco Giants in the eighth inning during Game Two of the National League Division Series at Nationals Park on October 4, 2014 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Patrick Smith/Getty Images) Anthony Rendon arrived at the Washington Nationals training complex in Viera, Florida...
Via The Sports Journal
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Anthony Rendon Down Again with Oblique Strain

Anthony Rendon‘s return to the Washington Nationals’ lineup has been delayed yet again. Rendon, who has been rehabbing a strained MCL in his left knee with Double-A Harrisburg had been in and out of the lineup the past week dealing with pain in his left side. Yesterday, that pain was diagnosed as a strained oblique by team doctor Dr. Wiemi Douoguih. Nationals’ manager Matt...
Via Baseball Essential
18 days ago  |  Discuss

Anthony Rendon to Get Third Opinion after Second Confirms MCL Sprain

View image | Anthony Rendon is seeking a third opinion after Dr. James Andrews confirmed the Washington Nationals‘ third baseman has a sprained MCL in his left knee. Rendon sought a second opinion from Andrews after an initial examination revealed a sprained MCL. Manager Matt Williams confirmed the news that Andrews discovered in his examination. #Nats Manager...
Via KCM Sports
March 31, 2015  |  Discuss

Anthony Rendon: "I can't yawn? It's just lack of oxygen to the brain" (Video)

And so, Anthony Rendon talked with Johnny Holliday and Ray Knight after going 3-5 with a double, HR, and 4 RBI in Saturday night's 11-0 beat-down of the Phillies, and clarified what happened with that yawn in the batters box last week in Miami: Tony: "I try not to get to anxious out there, try to take deep breaths. Everyone's already talking about me yawning the other day in...
Via Nationals Enquirer
August 04, 2014  |  Discuss

Watch: Anthony Rendon yawns in the batter’s box between pitches

Anthony Rendon tried to tell us that baseball is boring to him. Did we listen? After tonight it’s simple, baseball must be boring (at least to Rendon) That’s right, that’s a yawn. In a one-run game in the eighth inning with a full count, Rendon couldn’t contain his boredom even while in the batter’s box. His yawn comes nearly two weeks after he called baseball “boring...
Via KCM Sports
July 29, 2014  |  Discuss

Anthony Rendon: ‘I don’t watch baseball, it’s too long and boring’

One of the main complaints baseball critics have is that the games are too long. Instant replay certainly hasn’t helped speed up the game, nor have pitch counts and constant commercial breaks. Washington Nationals infielder Anthony Rendon realizes that, which is why he only plays the stuff — he doesn’t watch it. Rendon, who many […]
Via Larry Brown Sports
July 17, 2014  |  Discuss

Orioles fan throws back Anthony Rendon's home run ball at Nationals Park

It's the Battle of the Beltways. And so, an Orioles fan (who sort of looked like like Brady Anderson, as noted by MASN's F.P. Santangelo) threw back Anthony Rendon's game-tying home run ball in the sixth inning Monday night at Nationals Park. Lots of orange and black at Nats Park this evening...  
Via Nationals Enquirer
July 07, 2014  |  Discuss

About Anthony Rendon's thumb

There it is, as seen on TV Saturday night, covered in a bandage. The good news is: X-rays were negative, and Anthony Rendon's left thumb is still attached: "It didn’t fracture. That’s the biggest thing."(Anthony Rendon, via Nationals Journal, 6/7/2014) Rendon sat out Saturday night, and likely will on Sunday. The Nats are calling it day-to-day, which, given their...
Via Nationals Enquirer
June 07, 2014  |  Discuss

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