Washington Nationals infielder Anthony Rendon will be activated and make his season debut Thursday, after missing two months with knee and oblique injuries.
Coming off a career-high of 117 runs, 34 home runs and 126 RBIs that was capped off by a World Series Title, Anthony Rendon signed a monster $245 million contract with the Angels this offseason. Rendon will hit behind reigning NL MVP Mike Trout in Los Angeles’ lineup. Sports ...read more
Anthony Rendon is one cool cat. A guy they say has a slow heartbeat. Last year he hit .319 in the regular season, but .365 with runners in scoring position and .328 in the postseason. When he hit home runs in clinching wins in the NLCS and the World Series, both were off of Cy ...read more
Anthony Rendon and the Los Angeles Angels agreed to a seven-year deal worth $245 million dollars. SI senior writer Ben Reiter breaks down the new deal and why despite signing an MVP caliber talent to play alongside Mike Trout, the Angels still have to improve their pitching staff ...read more
Miami Marlins ace Jose Fernandez announced Monday he will make his season debut on July 2. Fernandez has been out since last May after undergoing Tommy John surgery. ...read more