Anthony Rendon Stats
- Height / Weight
- 6' 1" / 200 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 6/6/1990 (31)
Anthony Rendon Season Stats
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Anthony Rendon News
Los Angeles Angels third baseman Anthony Rendon is really starting to heat up heading into the team's matchup against the Royals on Tuesday. Rendon is slashing .346/.370/.462 over his last six games with three doubles and nine runs batted in with three multi-hits games during that span. This mini-hot streak is music to fantasy managers ears after the slugger slashed only .200/.286/.320 in the month of May. The Angels $245-million dollar man needs to lead the charge on offense with teammate Mike Trout on the shelf with a calf injury. Rendon may be a player to target in DFS tournaments the rest of this week.
Los Angeles Angels third baseman Anthony Rendon went 2-for-5 with one run scored and one RBI in the Angels 9-5 loss to the Mariners on Sunday. Rendon ripped a double to plate teammate Justin Upton in the ninth but it was too little too late. The veteran slugger, however, has shown promising signs of coming out of his early season slump. Over his last five games, Rendon is 8-for-22 (.363) with three doubles and eight runs batted in. It was only a matter of time before the All-Star improved upon his current .347 slugging percentage. If he can stay healthy, Rendon should help out fantasy rosters in all formats in the weeks ahead.
Los Angeles Angels third baseman Anthony Rendon will try and build off a fantastic performance on Tuesday when the team takes on the Mariners on Thursday. Rendon went 3-for-5 with five runs batted in on Tuesday as the All-Star is trying to turn his season around. The main culprit has been Rendon's inability to hit at Angel Stadium, slashing an anemic .200/.308/.273 with only two extra-base hits through 55 home at-bats. The Angels really need the 30-year-old to step up his game and will need to improve upon his current .632 OPS with runners in scoring position.
Los Angeles Angels third baseman Anthony Rendon is one of the most consistent performers in MLB, slashing an impressive .286/.418/.497 with nine homers over 232 PAs in his first year with the club. Rendon seldom strikes out, posting a K% below 14 each season since 2017. He also excels at elevating the baseball, posting a FB% above 40 each season since 2016. These two traits give Rendon a safe floor, especially when you consider that his counting stats will be inflated by sharing the heart of the order with one of the best players of all time in Mike Trout. If you're looking for a downside, Rendon's Statcast numbers weren't great last season. His average airborne exit velocity fell from 93.5 mph in 2019 to 92.4 last year, the latter nearly perfectly league-average. Likewise, his 12% rate of Brls/BBE in 2019 was nearly cut in half to 6.3% last season. Rendon's .471 xSLG wasn't quite as good as his .497 slugging percentage, but fantasy gamers should probably give him a pass considering the unique nature of the 2020 season. At his current ADP of 42.27, Rendon is an excellent sign for any roster.