This past weekend I watched Anthony Rendon play a three game series, and got some video of his work at the plate. There wasn't much video to get the first two days, as he was intentionally walked five times in two days. Here is video of the at-bats where he was pitched to. He struck out looking a few times, some on borderline calls. There were also some pitches that he passed up and should have probably taken. For the most part, he was being pitched around, and you can tell by the recap.
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