The Book on Anthony RendonWAS



Graduated Prospect Info

Anthony Rendon / 3B, WAS
Born 6/6/1990
Houston, TX, USA
School: Rice
Height 6-0
Weight 190
Bats/Throws R/R
1566 | 3/21/2013


RAAAAAAMiLBMLB
11 54 184 11 351

Total professional at-bats: .


Anthony Rendon is no longer tracked as an eligible prospect in Scouting Book.

Final rookie-eligible season: 2013.


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3/21/2013




Batting Stats
Yr Age Lv Lg Tm G AB R H HR 3B 2B SB CS BB K BA OBP SLG OPS
2013 23 MLB NL Washington WAS 98 351 40 93 7 1 23 1 1 31 69 .265 .329 .396 .725
2013 23 AAA Intl-Lg Syracuse WAS 3 11 2 2 0 0 1 0 0 2 3 .182 .357 .273 .630
2013 23 AA Eastern Harrisburg WAS 33 116 17 37 6 2 11 1 0 30 25 .319 .461 .603 1.064
2012 22 AA Eastern Harrisburg WAS 21 68 14 11 3 1 3 0 0 11 16 .162 .305 .368 .673
2012 22 A+ Caro. Potomac WAS 9 27 5 9 0 3 2 0 0 5 4 .333 .438 .630 1.067
2012 22 A- NY-Penn Auburn WAS 8 27 7 7 1 0 2 0 0 4 6 .259 .375 .444 .819
2012 22 Rk Gulf Nationals WAS 5 11 2 4 2 0 1 0 0 3 3 .364 .500 1.000 1.500



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News and Notes

5/23/2013 by KDaddy



Back in the minors for now, Anthony Rendon has been seeing increased time at second base. That's a much better position for an aspiring MLB National. We'll probably see him back up later this season.

5/3/2013 by KDaddy



Following the activation of real third baseman Ryan Zimmerman, the Nats are sending Anthony Rendon back to AA, as expected. Rendon went 6-for-25 (.240) in eight fill-in games. He's not quite ready yet, but that was a nice preview.

4/12/2012 by KDaddy



Following x-rays, Anthony Rendon's injury has been confirmed as a hairline fracture, rather than a sprain as originally reported. He'll wear an immobilizing boot for awhile, and won't be ready for game action for 6-8 weeks. We didn't expect to see him until June anyway: now July (if the Nats are contending) or September (if they're not) seem more likely.

4/9/2012 by KDaddy



Anthony Rendon suffered a badly-sprained ankle yesterday and will be sidelined indefinitely. No ETA has yet been given for his return, but injuries of this type usually mean 30 days or more on the sidelines, and if it's severe, it could mean even more than that. X-Rays may be forthcoming.

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