Anthony Rendon

Anthony Michael Rendon, also known as Anthony Rendon, is an American baseball third baseman who was born on June 6, 1990, in Houston, Texas. He is currently a free agent. He finished fifth in the National League Most Valuable Player voting and received a Silver Slugger. In addition, he was named National League Comeback Player of the Year in 2016.

Early Life of Anthony Rendon

Anthony Michael Rendon, also known as Anthony Rendon, was born on June 6, 1990, in Houston, Texas, to parents Rene and Bridget Rendon. He is 29 years old and was born under the sign of Gemini in 2019.

He is an American by nationality, and he is White by ethnicity. Concerning his education, he attended George Bush High School for two and a half years before transferring to Lamar High School. He later enrolled at Rice University to further his education.

What are the Net Worth and Salary of Anthony Rendon?

Anthony Rendon’s net worth is estimated to be $17.6 million as of 2019. Similarly, according to reports, he earns about $12.3 million per year from his profession.

In terms of his personal life, he married Amanda Rodriguez on November 25th, 2017. They dated for several years before getting married. On July 26, 2018, the couple welcomed their first child, Emma.

Anthony Rendon’s Awards and Achievements

All-Star (2019)

World Series Champion (2019)

2 Silver Slugger Award (2014, 2019)

NL Comeback Player of the Year (2016)

MLB’s RBI leader (2019)

Dick Howser Award (2010)

Anthony Rendon: Rumors and Controversy

There are no rumors or controversy surrounding his life.

Body Measurement of Anthony Rendon

Anthony Rendon, an American baseball player, is 6 feet tall and weighs 88 kg. Likewise, Anthony has 19.2k Twitter followers.

Anthony Rendon’s Professional Career

  • He used to play baseball in college and was nominated for both the Dick Howser Trophy and the Golden Spikes Award in his first season.
  • In 2011, the Washington Nationals drafted him in the Major League Baseball draft, and he was rated as the best prospect in the National organization and one of the top prospects in the MLB.
  • Later that year, he began his career with the Double-A Harrisburg Senators and was called up to the Washington Nationals twice, on April 20th and June 4th, 2013.
  • In addition, he finished the season with the Nationals, posting a.265/.329/.396 triple slash with seven home runs in 98 games.
  • Anthony scored 111 runs in 2014 while slashing.287/.351/.473, hitting 21 home runs and stealing 17 bases.
  • He also finished fifth in the National League Most Valuable Player voting and received a Silver Slugger.
  • However, due to a medial collateral ligament injury in his left knee, he was unable to play for his team in 2015.
  • In 2016, he returned to the field and hit.270/.348/.450 with 20 home runs, earning him the National League Comeback Player of the Year award.
  • During the 2017 season, he led all National League positions, players. Along with that, he hit.301/.403/.533 with 25 home runs and.308/.374/.535 with 24 home runs. In addition, he led the National League with 44 doubles in 2018.
  • Furthermore, in 2019, he hit.319/.412/.598 with 34 home runs, led the NL with 44 doubles, and led the majors in RBIs (126).