Rendon (hamstring) was transferred to the 60-day injured list Wednesday and will undergo season-ending surgery to address a right hip impingement, Jeff Fletcher of The Orange County Register reports.
Rendon had been on the injured list since July 4 due to a left hamstring strain, and he suffered a setback in mid-July. He continued to make slow progress recently, and he'll now be shut down for the remainder of the year due to a hip issue. The 31-year-old slashed .240/.329/.382 with six home runs, 34 RBI and 24 runs across 58 games during his second season with the Angels. Jack Mayfield and Phil Gosselin will continue to handle the duties at the hot corner in Rendon's stead.
Rendon (hamstring) has not restarted baseball activities and remains without a timetable for a return, per MLB.com.
The third baseman is coming up on a month since he last saw game action, but he "hasn't made any noticeable strides in his recovery to the point where he could take the next step in his rehab." According to the Associated Press, Rendon has been putting in work in the training and weight rooms, though that doesn't give much indication about the status of his injured left hamstring. Jeff Fletcher of The Orange Country Register notes that in a conversation with Angels manager Joe Maddon, Rendon didn't seem optimistic about his recovery.
Angels manager Joe Maddon said Monday that Rendon (hamstring) is still on the mend and won't be ready to begin a minor-league rehab assignment this week, Jeff Fletcher of The Orange County Register reports.
Rendon suffered a setback earlier in the month, and it would appear he's still at least a couple of weeks away from activation, especially since he'll require a rehab stint beforehand. He hasn't seen the field since July 4 due to a left hamstring strain.
Rendon (hamstring) recently suffered a setback in his recovery and won't return for at least a couple more weeks, Jack Harris of the Los Angeles Times reports.
Rendon landed on the 10-day IL with a left hamstring strain July 6, and manager Joe Maddon said that the third baseman likely won't return until late July or early August. While Maddon didn't sound too concerned about the setback, Rendon will require more time on the shelf before he's cleared to return.
Rendon was placed on the 10-day injured list Tuesday with a left hamstring strain, retroactive to Monday.
The club initially sounded optimistic that Rendon would be able to avoid his third trip to the IL this season after he exited Sunday's game. While he is going on the injured list after all, manager Joe Maddon said that Rendon may have been healthy enough to play later this week, per J.P. Hoornstra of the Los Angeles Daily News. With that in mind, the third baseman figures to have a good chance of being activated when the club returns from the All-Star break July 16. Jack Mayfield was recalled from Triple-A Salt Lake in a corresponding roster move.
Rendon (hamstring) will not be in the lineup Monday against the Red Sox, Sam Blum of The Athletic reports.
The severity of Rendon's left hamstring soreness and whether he'll require a trip to the injured list is unclear at this time, but more details figure to come out following Monday's contest. In case Rendon does end up on the IL, infielder Jack Mayfield is with the team in Anaheim, Jeff Fletcher of The Orange County Register reports.
Rendon (hamstring) may be unavailable Monday but isn't believed to be dealing with a serious injury, Jeff Fletcher of The Orange County Register reports.
Rendon exited Sunday's win over the Orioles in the top of the sixth inning due to left hamstring tightness, but manager Joe Maddon sounded optimistic about the third baseman's status after the game. Jose Rojas or Phil Gosselin could see time at the hot corner if the 31-year-old misses any additional time, but he's considered day-to-day for now.
Rendon left Sunday's game against the Orioles due to left hamstring tightness, Rhett Bollinger of MLB.com reports.
Rendon was removed from Sunday's game midway through the sixth inning, and he's apparently dealing with a hamstring issue. The third baseman will presumably undergo further examinations following Sunday's game, and it's not yet clear whether he'll be forced to miss additional time.
Rendon exited Sunday's game against the Orioles in the sixth inning for an unspecified reason, Jeff Fletcher of The Orange County Register reports.
Rendon went 1-for-2 with a solo home run and a walk to begin Sunday's game, but he was replaced defensively during the top of the sixth inning. It's not yet clear whether his departure was due to an injury, but the Angels could update his status following Sunday's matchup.
Rendon went 3-for-5 with a double and a run in an 8-7 win over the Orioles on Friday.
The third baseman notched his first three-hit effort since June 1 and belted his fourth double in his past six contests. His overall .242 batting average is well below his career norm, but Rendon has been slowly picking things up, slashing .281/.369/.449 with 19 RBI since the start of June.
Rendon went 1-for-4 with a solo home run in a loss to Tampa Bay on Friday.
The third baseman helped the Angels get off to a strong start, blasting a solo shot to left field in the first inning. The long ball was his fifth this season and only his second since May 3. Rendon has been set back by multiple injuries on the campaign, and he has struggled to hit with consistency, slashing a disappointing .230/.304/.356 with 31 RBI and a 20:35 BB:K across 214 plate appearances.
Rendon (triceps) went 0-for-4 with a walk and a strikeout in Saturday's 8-3 win over Detroit.
The third baseman was the only Angels starter that failed to record a hit in Saturday's contest. Rendon had been out since Tuesday with a strained right triceps. Prior to the injury, he had hit safely in 10 of 12 games, but he may need a couple days to round back into form at the plate.
Rendon (triceps) is back in the starting lineup for Saturday's game against the Tigers, batting fourth and playing third base.
Rendon exited Monday's game against the Athletics with the tricep issue and hasn't played since. He's progressed throughout the week, however, and feels ready to rejoin the lineup Saturday.
Rendon (triceps) is not in the starting lineup for Friday's game against Detroit.
Rendon is out of the starting nine for the fourth straight game after he exited Monday's contest in Oakland due to a triceps issue. The third baseman appears to be progressing, however, as manager Joe Maddon said that he could be an option to pinch hit Friday, per Jack Harris of the Los Angeles Times.
Rendon (triceps) is not in Thursday's lineup against Detroit, but he is going through a workout on the field to determine if he can return Friday, Jeff Fletcher of The Orange County Register reports.
Rendon is not in the starting lineup for the third consecutive game, though he could return as a pinch-hitter Thursday. If things go well, it appears likely that Rendon will return to a full-time role at some point during the team's weekend series against Detroit.
Rendon (triceps) isn't starting Wednesday's game against the Athletics.
Rendon suffered a right triceps strain Monday, and he'll remain out of the lineup for a second consecutive game. However, manager Joe Maddon is optimistic that the third baseman won't require a trip to the injured list. Phil Gosselin will start at third base and bat seventh Wednesday.
Rendon was diagnosed with a strained right triceps Tuesday, and manager Joe Maddon said the third baseman is expected to be out "for a couple days" but shouldn't require a trip to the injured list, Mike DiGiovanna of the Los Angeles Times reports.
It's apparently not a serious strain strain, as Maddon said the outlook "is better than we had thought." Rendon is out of the lineup Tuesday against the A's and is likely to sit again Wednesday, but he could be back on the field during the upcoming four-game set versus the Tigers that begins Thursday.
Rendon (triceps) is not in the lineup Tuesday against the Athletics.
The 32-year-old exited Monday's contest with a triceps issue and will be sidelined for at least one game. Rendon should be considered day-to-day until his status is updated, and it's unclear whether he'll be available off the bench. Kean Wong will fill in at the hot corner for the Halos.
Angels manager Joe Maddon said after Monday's 8-5 loss to the Athletics that Rendon was removed in the seventh inning after he "felt something in his triceps" when he made a diving play at third base, Mike DiGiovanna of the Los Angeles Times reports.
Rendon went 1-for-3 with a base hit before being replaced at third base by Kean Wong. The injury in question occurred in the fifth, when he was unable to get a glove on Chad Pinder's liner down the third-base line that went for a double. Maddon admitted that the Angels are unsure about the severity of Rendon's injury, so the 31-year-old will presumably be reevaluated Tuesday before the team provides an update on his status.
Rendon went 2-for-3 with a home run, a walk and four RBI on Saturday in an 8-7 win against Arizona.
Rendon put the Angels on the board in the fourth inning, slugging a solo homer to left field. He plated another two runs with a double in the following frame and tied the game with a sacrifice fly in the ninth. The third baseman snapped a 27-game, 102-at-bat stretch without a home run, the second-longest power drought of his career. He is slashing .241/.317/.370 with four homers and 30 RBI on the season.
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