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ANTHONY RENDON RUMORS

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 doesn’t like watching baseball, and that’s fine

A miniature firestorm has erupted during All-Star week over some comments made by Washington Nationals second/third baseman Anthony Rendon. When talking to the Washington Post, Rendon (who finished four in the NL’s Final Vote voting last week) said something that sent some fans into a tizzy – that he doesn’t watch baseball because it’s “too long and boring”. OUTRAGE!...
Via Awful Announcing
July 18, 2014  |  Discuss

Nationals’ Anthony Rendon Doesn’t Watch Baseball Because It’s ‘Too Long And Boring’

Washington Nationals infielder Anthony Rendon might not be the best spokesperson for Major League Baseball. The 24-year-old has enjoyed a breakout season, leading the Nats with a .287 batting average to go along with 13 home runs and 53 RBIs. Those numbers made Rendon one of the biggest snubs of the 2014 MLB All-Star Game, but missing out on all of the festivities was just fine with...
Via NESN.com
July 17, 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

Anthony Rendon Is a Passable Third Baseman

On May 31st, Washington Nationals’ infielder Anthony Rendon did this: Impressive, right? Considering Rendon has a career .688 RZR through 492 innings at third base, this is flat-out amazing and many every day third basemen would find this play fairly onerous. Normally stationed over at second, Rendon’s been filling in for injured starting third basmen Ryan Zimmerman (who...
Via Behind in the Count
June 02, 2014  |  Discuss

Washington Nationals: Why Anthony Rendon has been their best player

Though Anthony Rendon does not lead the Washington Nationals in home runs or batting average, he has had the greatest impact on the ball club thus far in 2014. Due to Rendon’s versatility, he has played both second base and third base in the field and has the capability to bat in a variety of spots in the lineup. Rendon has spent the majority of the season batting in the two hole...
Via isportsweb.com
May 17, 2014  |  Discuss

Anthony Rendon, Homecoming King

Well, Anthony Rendon went off in his home town of Houston last night: 4 hits, 2 doubles, a home run, 3 RBI, and a great diving stop in the sixth inning. Up above, a shot of his cheering section (via MASN/MLB.com video). Nats win 7-0. Here's video of Rendon's big night at the plate: Related articles Video: Anthony Rendon getting as big as a house, has a mustache Video...
Via Nationals Enquirer
May 01, 2014  |  Discuss
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