Nats’ Rendon listed day to day with thumb injury

By Bill Ladson
It was a weird 24th birthday for Nationals third baseman Anthony Rendon during the team’s 6-0 victory over the Padres. In the first inning, Rendon put Washington on the board by hitting a two-run homer against right-hander Tyson Ross.

But Rendon would later leave the game in the top of the sixth inning because of a sore right thumb. He hurt it while making an error two innings earlier off the bat of Carlos Quentin. X-rays on Rendon’s thumb were negative. Rendon is listed as day to day.

“I feel all right. Pretty sore,” Rendon said.  “I really didn’t feel it. It just went straight to numbness.”

Rendon has been one of Washington’s hottest hitters, going 12-for 29 [.414] with four home runs and eight RBIs in his last seven games. The Nationals are 6-1 in those games.

 

 

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