3B Anthony Rendon reaches $12.3 million, 1-yr deal with Nats
(13. 1. 2018, 03:49:01, Washington Times)
WASHINGTON (AP) - Nationals third baseman Anthony Rendon more than doubled his salary going into 2018, reaching agreement on a $12.3 million contract Friday to avoid salary arbitration. Rendon made $5.8 million last season, his first year of arbitration eligibility. He finished sixth in NL MVP voting last season and ... (více...)
Rendon ($12.3M) among Nats with new deals
(13. 1. 2018, 01:42:04, Official Washington Nationals)
UPDATE: Washington Nationals, Anthony Rendon agree to one-year deal to avoid arbitration
(12. 1. 2018, 21:21:02, Federal Baseball)
The Washington Nationals were able to come to an agreement with Anthony Rendon on the third basemanâ€™s salary for the upcoming season.
UPDATE (2:21 p.m.): The Washington Nationals have claimed to come to an agreement with Anthony Rendon on a one-year deal to avoid arbitration. The details of this deal will be added to this post once the information becomes available.
Rendon, 27, is entering his third year of arbitration after a season in which he finished in the top 6 of NL MVP voting for the second time of his career. The Texas native slugged .301/.403/.533 with 25 home runs, 100 RBIs, 81 runs, 84 walks and 82 strikeouts (více...)
Comes to terms with Nationals
(12. 1. 2018, 20:21:10, RotoWire)
Rendon agreed to a one-year, $12.3 million contract with the Nationals on Friday, avoiding arbitration, Chelsea Janes of The Washington Post reports.
Rendon put together an excellent 2017 season and will be handsomely rewarded, as his salary more than doubles in his second year of arbitration eligibility. Last season was Rendon's third full campaign in four years, so he's distancing himself from the health concerns that dogged him earlier in his career, and his plate skills are still improving.
Donaldson, Machado, Bryant, Rendon in arbitration hot corner
(12. 1. 2018, 01:56:04, Washington Times)
NEW YORK (AP) - The hot corner figures to be sizzling Friday when players and team swap proposed salaries in arbitration. Toronto's Josh Donaldson, Baltimore's Manny Machado, Washington's Anthony Rendon and the Chicago Cubs' Kris Bryant were among the more than 170 players headed to the exchange. But most are ... (více...)