CSN Washington "Anthony Rendon is set to play Friday for Class AA Harrisburg, the first step in what could be a brief rehab assignment that positions the third baseman to make his big-league season debut late next week. Rendon, out since early March with a sprained MCL in his left knee, spent the last two days..." April 23
The Nats have traded LHP Xavier Cedeno to the Los Angeles Dodgers in exchange for cash considerations. Cedeno had been DFA last week.
3rd opinion on Rendon same as first 2: Sprained MCL. Has to wait til it feels good enough to ramp up. Williams does admit he'll be on DL.
CBSSports.com "Star Nationals third baseman Anthony Rendon has been told he needs only rest and rehab for his sprained left knee, and not surgery, and could be back in about three weeks, according to people familiar with the situation. Nats GM Mike Rizzo didn't confirm the new time estimate, saying he..." April 01
Nats Insider "Anthony Rendon had his ailing left knee examined by orthopedist James Andrews on Monday, a potentially troubling development for the Nationals third baseman, who has not played in three weeks and hasn’t been cleared for any baseball activities since. The Nationals sent Rendon to Pensacola,..." March 31
The Score "Though few doctors wield more esteem in the professional sports community than Dr. James Andrews, the orthopedist's opinion was insufficient for Washington Nationals third baseman Anthony Rendon. Hampered by discomfort in his knee since March 9, Rendon sought a second opinion from Andrews after..." March 31
Andrews gave same diagnosis on Rendon: Sprained MCL. He's now getting 3rd opinion from knee specialist in Colorado.
Anthony Rendon examined today by Dr. Andrews in Pensacola, seeking 2nd opinion on L MCL sprain. Nats waiting for diagnosis.
Rendon had another MRI yesterday. MCL still sprained but healing. Chances of being ready Opening Day at this point pretty slim.
Anthony Rendon's knee remains sore, esp. when hitting. Matt said plan is still rest. Rendon may run out of time to be ready for opening day.
Rendon will be out a few days with a sprain of the MCL in his left knee. No procedure necessary. Just rest.
Washington Post "The Nationals dodged another significant injury Friday night after X-rays on Anthony Rendon’s right hand came back negative, Manager Matt Williams said. Rendon left after the fifth inning of the Nationals’ 6-0 victory over the Padres after Carlos Quentin’s smash drilled him in the thumb of his..." June 07
Washington Post "Anthony Rendon played second base in a handful of games between Little League and early June, when the Washington Nationals wedged him into the open spot in their infield. He found the difference trivial. “It’s the same stuff,” Rendon said. “It’s still baseball. The bases just got bigger.” Rendon..." June 27
Well. Anthony Rendon is at Nats Park.
Washington Times "The Washington Nationals called up top prospect Anthony Rendon and put the struggling Danny Espinosa on the disabled list amid a flurry of roster moves on Tuesday as they prepared to open a six-game home stand as a sub-.500 team. The Nationals also designated relievers Henry Rodriguez and Zach..." June 04
CSN Washington "The Nationals promoted Anthony Rendon to Class AAA Syracuse late last night and plan to give their top prospect an extended look at second base, the likely final step toward his permanent arrival in the big leagues. Rendon had appeared in five games at second base for Class AA Harrisburg but..." June 02
MLB.com "Nationals third baseman and top prospect Anthony Rendon arrived at Citi Field at 9:50 a.m. ET on Sunday, and manager Davey Johnson immediately placed Rendon sixth in the starting lineup against the Mets. The Nationals called up Rendon from Double-A Harrisburg after placing third baseman Ryan..." April 21
Nats Insider "When a sudden and intense storm hit Space Coast Stadium during the fourth inning of yesterday's game, prompting a 1-hour, 6-minute delay, pretty much everyone in the Nationals starting lineup understood his workday had just ended. Anthony Rendon, on the other hand, in no way wanted to be pulled..." February 25