Anthony Rendon RUMORS & NEWS

  • Nationals Activate Anthony Rendon

    MLB Trade Rumors "After nearly a month on the disabled list, Anthony Rendon has been activated and is hitting second in today’s lineup, the Nationals announced. He’s been out since mid-April after sustaining a hairline fracture in his toe when he fouled a ball into his foot. To make room on the active roster, the..." May 05

  • Anthony Rendon appears poised for a rehab assignment; Adam Eaton is sporting a walking boot

    Washington Post "Nobody in the Washington Nationals lineup has been affected more by the absence of Adam Eaton, Anthony Rendon, and Daniel Murphy than Bryce Harper. Without the three all-star-caliber bats, the Nationals have had fewer options to protect Harper as their lineups have predominately featured projected..." May 02

  • Anthony Rendon unlikely to return until Tuesday at earliest

    Masn "Anthony Rendon wasn’t activated off the disabled list today even though he was eligible, but the Nationals third baseman appears to be close to returning from a bruised left big toe. Rendon hit, ran and took grounders this morning with no issues, manager Davey Martinez said. The Nationals..." April 30

  • Nationals Place Anthony Rendon On 10-Day DL

    MLB Trade Rumors "The Nationals announced that third baseman Anthony Rendon has been placed on the 10-day disabled list due to a left toe contusion, retroactive to April 19. Righty Austin Adams has been recalled from Triple-A in a corresponding move. The DL placement concludes a frustrating week for Rendon, who..." April 22

  • Nationals avoid arbitration with Anthony Rendon, Tanner Roark and Michael A. Taylor

    Washington Post "The Washington Nationals have three arbitration-eligible players this winter, Anthony Rendon, Tanner Roark and Michael A. Taylor, a smaller class than they’ve had in recent years, but a noteworthy one. Rendon compiled an MVP-caliber season last year. Taylor was a Gold Glove finalist. Roark, who..." January 12

  • Anthony Rendon is open to an extension with the Nationals

    Hardball Talk "Third baseman Anthony Rendon is reportedly open to a contract extension with the Nationals, Chelsea Janes of the Washington Post said Sunday. Rendon told reporters that he didn’t know if agent Scott Boras would discuss an extension with the club, contrary to previous reports confirming the two had..." December 17