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Jun 14, 2022 0 0 0 0
Jun 12, 2022 0 0 0 0
Jun 11, 2022 1 0 0 1
Jun 10, 2022 0 0 0 0
May 26, 2022 0 0 0 0

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Batting Average
2022 1132.5 15 5 24 23 2 .228
2021 150.52.6 24 6 34 29 .240
2020 181.53.5 29 9 31 38 .286
3y Avg. 319.53.8 57 16 64 49 2 .293
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  • Angels' Anthony Rendon: Faces live pitching

    Rendon (wrist) batted against minor-league pitchers Tuesday and could do so again Wednesday or Thursday, Jeff Fletcher of The Orange County Register reports. Interim manager Phil Nevin said the third baseman "felt good" after Tuesday's session as the Angels determine whether it's feasible for the veteran to play during the closing stages of the season. Rendon's return is complicated by the fact he must first serve a five-game suspension -- stemming from his involvement in a June brawl with the Mariners -- before being able to play in games, and time is running out with only eight games left on the schedule.
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  • Angels' Anthony Rendon: Gearing up for late-season return

    Rendon (wrist) took batting practice Monday and continues to target a return from the 60-day injured list before the end of the season, Jeff Fletcher of The Orange County Register reports. Rendon was presumed to be shut down for the 2022 campaign when he underwent surgery June 21 to address a right wrist injury, but the 32-year-old has seemingly progressed far faster than anticipated. Even though the Angels have little at stake as the season winds down, Rendon is eager to play in a few games to close out the year to give him peace of mind about his health heading into the long offseason. According to Fletcher, the Angels' tentative plan is to activate Rendon in late September, assuming he remains free of setbacks as he ramps up his baseball activities. Once reinstated, Rendon will have to serve a five-game suspension stemming from his involvement in a late-June benches-clearing brawl with the Mariners. He would then play in handful of games to close out the season, perhaps making him someone worthy of picking up later this month in deeper leagues where he's available.
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  • Angels' Anthony Rendon: Could return this season

    Rendon (wrist) has been participating in defensive drills and hitting in the batting cage, opening the door to a possible return by the end of the season, Jeff Fletcher of The Orange County Register reports. Rendon was thought to be done for the campaign when he underwent right wrist surgery June 21, but he's advanced far enough in his recovery to begin throwing and swinging a bat. Angels head athletic trainer Mike Frostad indicated that Rendon will be joining the team on its upcoming road trip and that there are plans in place to have the veteran third baseman increase his hitting, lending further credence to the feasibility of a return. While Los Angeles is far out of the playoff picture, there is motivation to bring Rendon back this season, as doing so could allow him to serve all of the five-game suspension he received for taking part in a brawl against the Mariners less than a week after his surgery. The team would need to prove to the league that Rendon is actually capable of playing in order to activate him, which could mean that he'd need to get into at least one game following the suspension.
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  • Angels' Anthony Rendon: Begins taking grounders

    Rendon took grounders Friday for the first time since undergoing wrist surgery in June, Jeff Fletcher of the Orange County Register reports. Rendon isn't going to return this season, but his ability to begin some baseball activity at this point in his recovery leaves little doubt that he'll be ready for spring training in 2023. In fact, the veteran third baseman is expected to have a normal offseason without rehab. Angels head athletic trainer Mike Frostad echoed that point Friday, saying that he doesn't anticipate anything delaying Rendon's offseason.
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  • Angels' Anthony Rendon: Suspended five games

    Rendon (wrist) received a five-game suspension for his role in Sunday's brawl with the Mariners, Sam Blum of The Athletic reports. Rendon is out for the season due to a wrist injury, so he will be forced to serve his suspension to begin the 2023 campaign. Rendon will also be prohibited from sitting in the Angels' dugout for the next seven games.
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  • Angels' Anthony Rendon: Undergoes surgery

    Rendon underwent successful surgery on his right wrist Monday, Rhett Bollinger of MLB.com reports. Rendon is on the 60-day IL and is out for the season due to the surgery. He's expected to be ready to return by spring training next year. The 32-year-old hasn't played more than 58 games in a season since 2019.
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  • Angels' Anthony Rendon: To 60-day IL

    Rendon (wrist) was transferred to the 60-day injured list Saturday. Rendon is out for the year after needing wrist surgery. First baseman David MacKinnon's contract was selected from Triple-A in a corresponding move.
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  • Angels' Anthony Rendon: Lands on injured list

    Rendon (wrist) was placed on the 10-day injured list Friday ahead of his season-ending surgery. News emerged earlier in the day that Rendon would undergo season-ending wrist surgery next week, so a move to the injured list was inevitable. He'll likely shift to the 60-day injured list whenever the Angels need another 40-man roster spot. He'll end his season with a disappointing .228/.324/.383 slash line across 45 games. Jack Mayfield was called up to take his place on the roster.
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  • Angels' Anthony Rendon: Requires season-ending surgery

    Rendon will undergo season-ending surgery to repair his right wrist next week. Rendon was initially labeled as day-to-day after aggravating his right wrist injury Tuesday, but he'll ultimately be forced to miss the remainder of the season. It's the second consecutive year in which the 32-year-old will require a season-ending procedure. Prior to sustaining his injury, Rendon slashed .228/.324/.383 with five homers, 24 RBI, 15 runs and two stolen bases over 45 games. Matt Duffy and Luis Rengifo should see increased playing time now that Rendon has been ruled out for the season.
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  • Angels' Anthony Rendon: Still unable to play

    Rendon (wrist) was unavailable off the bench Thursday against the Mariners, Jeff Fletcher of The Orange County Register reports. Fletcher reported earlier in the day that Rendon was feeling better and could be available to pinch hit, according to manager Phil Nevin, but the third baseman was ultimately not ready to return to game action. Rendon was removed from Tuesday's game against the Dodgers after aggravating the right wrist issue, which first flared up in late May. Rhett Bollinger of MLB.com reported Wednesday that Rendon could head back to the injured list if his wrist doesn't show improvement soon.
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  • Angels' Anthony Rendon: Remains out of lineup

    Rendon (wrist) isn't starting Thursday against the Mariners, Rhett Bollinger of MLB.com reports. Rendon aggravated his right wrist injury during Tuesday's game against the Dodgers and will be out of the lineup for a second consecutive matchup. It's not yet clear whether he'll be available off the bench, but Matt Duffy will take over at the hot corner and bat sixth.
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  • Angels' Anthony Rendon: Sitting out Wednesday

    Rendon (wrist) is out of the lineup for Wednesday's game against the Dodgers, Sam Blum of The Athletic reports. The 32-year-old exited Tuesday's contest after aggravating his right wrist injury, and he'll be held out of the lineup for at least one game. Rendon missed two weeks due to the injury before being activated from the injured list Friday, and the severity of the issue this time around remains unclear.
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  • Angels' Anthony Rendon: Aggravates wrist injury

    Rendon was removed from Tuesday's game against the Dodgers after aggravating his right wrist injury. Rendon spent two weeks on the injured list with right wrist inflammation before being reinstated to the active roster Friday, but he aggravated the issue Tuesday during his fourth game back. The severity of the injury this time around is unclear, and it remains to be seen if the 32-year-old will require a return trip to the injured list.
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  • Angels' Anthony Rendon: Hitless in return

    Rendon went 0-for-3 with a walk in Friday's loss to the Mets. Rendon was activated from the injured list prior to the game and started at third base while batting third in the order. The veteran worked a walk in his third plate appearance but otherwise didn't make an impact offensively. Rendon is batting .237 on the season, putting him on pace for his worst average as a major-leaguer. He hit just .240 over 217 at-bats last season.
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  • Angels' Anthony Rendon: Activated, starting Friday

    Rendon (wrist) was reinstated from the 10-day injured list and is starting Friday against the Mets, Sam Blum of The Athletic reports. Rendon resumed hitting in a cage while also taking groundballs recently, and he's been cleared to start at third base during Friday's series opener against the Mets. The 32-year-old was sidelined since May 27 but will reclaim his job as the Angels' everyday third baseman now that he's been activated. Over 41 games prior to his absence, he slashed .242/.335/.403 with five homers, 23 RBI, 15 runs and two stolen bases.
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  • Angels' Anthony Rendon: Hitting in cage

    Rendon (wrist) has been able to hit in a batting cage in addition to taking groundballs, Trent Rush of Angels Radio reports. Rendon continues to take steps toward a return, though a definite timeline for his activation remains uncertain. He went on the 10-day IL with right wrist inflammation May 27 and has already exceeded the minimum required stay. Matt Duffy and Tyler Wade have logged the most time at third base while Rendon has been out.
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  • Angels' Anthony Rendon: Fields grounders Monday

    Rendon (wrist) took grounders before batting practice Monday, but a timetable for his return remains uncertain, the Associated Press reports. Rendon has been showing improvement, and a recent medical evaluation indicated that he is healing as expected. The third baseman went on the 10-day injured list with right wrist inflammation May 27 and is eligible to return, but it appears that he'll need additional time before rejoining the big-league club. It's uncertain if Rendon will need to go on a rehab assignment once he's able to play.
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  • Angels' Anthony Rendon: Showing improvement

    Rendon's wrist swelling and inflammation are subsiding, Rhett Bollinger of MLB.com reports. Rendon was recently evaluated by a doctor, who found that the third baseman is healing as expected. He hasn't yet resumed baseball activities, but that could happen soon, according to Bollinger. Rendon remains without a clear timetable for a return.
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  • Angels' Anthony Rendon: Heading to injured list

    Rendon is being placed on the 10-day injured list Friday with right wrist inflammation, Rhett Bollinger of MLB.com reports. Rendon was withheld from Friday's lineup due to the injury, and he'll now be sidelined for at least the next 10 days. The 31-year-old has apparently played through the injury throughout most of the season, but he'll now miss some time after it flared up while he was taking a swing Thursday. It's unclear exactly how long Rendon is expected to be out, though he'll be eligible to be activated June 6.
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  • Angels' Anthony Rendon: Not starting Friday

    Rendon is out of the lineup for Friday's game against the Blue Jays, Rhett Bollinger of MLB.com reports. Rendon has a .749 OPS and three home runs through 22 games in May and will take a seat Friday for the second time in the past four contests. Tyler Wade will man the hot corner while Luis Rengifo is starting at second base.
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