Anthony Rendón#6, 3B, Washington
- June 6, 1990
- Birth Place:
- Houston, Texas
- 2011 1ˢᵗ round (6ᵗʰ pick) by the Washington Nationals
— Player Notes
Advice: Rendon was penciled in at second base, but he's apparently still dealing with some soreness in his side. The 24-year-old infielder has been on the shelf at Harrisburg since Tuesday. He was placed on the disabled list prior to MLB's Opening Day with a left knee sprain and is now probably at least a week away from debuting.
More: Tim Murray on Twitter7 hours ago Rotoworld
Advice: Rendon took a bit of time off from rehabbing his left knee after coming down with some soreness in his side. It wasn't anything major. He should be ready to make his 2015 regular-season debut by the end of next week, giving the 10-14 Nationals a much-needed boost.
More: Chelsea Janes on TwitterSat, May 2 Rotoworld
Advice: This is assuming that he continues to feel good. Rendon has been working his way back from a left knee sprain, but recently had to put his rehab assignment on hold due to some tightness on his side. Fortunately, it doesn't sound like a long-term concern.Rotoworld
Advice: Rendon is dealing with some tightness in his side. He's now sat out four straight days and it's not clear when he'll be ready to return to action. Rendon had been slated to be activated from the disabled list this weekend, but obviously that's in jeopardy now.
More: James Wagner on TwitterThu, Apr 30 Rotoworld
Advice: The good news is his knee is fine. But it's pretty apparent that Rendon won't be ready to join the Nationals' active roster on Thursday, as had been the hope. He's been out all season with a left MCL sprain.
More: Chelsea Janes on TwitterWed, Apr 29 Rotoworld
Advice: Rendon was scratched from a rehab game Monday because he had trouble getting loose with his knee. That he's sitting again Tuesday isn't a good sign. The Nationals were originally hoping that he would be able to make his season debut as soon as Thursday against the Mets, but that obviously won't happen at this point.Rotoworld
Advice: This is after he already had a scheduled day of rest on Sunday. It doesn't appear to anything to be alarmed about at this point, though, so we should still expect Rendon back with the Nationals by this weekend. He'll play both second and third base with the big club.
More: Dan Kolko on TwitterTue, Apr 28 Rotoworld
Advice: Rendon went 1-for-2 with a double and played five innings defensively at third base. He's scheduled to play seven innings on Saturday and then nine innings on Monday after an off-day Sunday. Barring any setbacks, he should rejoin the Nationals for their four-game series against the Mets in New York.
More: Washington PostMon, Apr 27 Rotoworld
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