Injury Update On Los Angeles Angels Anthony Rendon

Good news for the Los Angeles Angels.

According to The New York Post's Jon Heyman, third baseman Anthony Rendon is feeling "fantastic" physically entering spring training.

The Angels would love to see a full season from their $245 million investment after he's managed just 157 total games since signing with the Angels in 2020.

Wrist surgery limited Rendon to just 47 games last season, however, he did manage to make it back late in the season, not that it mattered at the point. 

The thirty-three-year-old hasn't played a full season since 2019, when he was an All-Star, Silver Slugger, and finished third in MVP voting with the Washington Nationals. 

For his time with the Angels, Rendon holds a .252/.359/.420 triple-slash line, with 20 home runs, 89 RBIs, two stolen bases and 68 runs scored over 157 games.

A full season of Mike Trout, Shohei Ohtani, and Anthony Rendon playing together would be awesome to see. Unfortunately, it hasn't happened yet.

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