Anthony Rendon Video Recap

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...

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2011 Draft Prospects Rundown: 4/12

Here is a recap of how each of the top 2011 draft prospects did this past week.  Click on their names to go to their tracker pages. ANTHONY RENDON I was at the ECU/Rice series this past weekend, watching Anthony Rendon in action.  Or more like watching Rendon in in-action, as he was walked for most of the first two games.  For my coverage from those events, and an interview with Rendon, check out the links below. Game One Game Two...

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Interview with Anthony Rendon

This weekend I traveled down to Greenville, NC to watch Anthony Rendon and the Rice Owls take on the East Carolina University Pirates for a three game series.  After the game on Saturday I sat down with Rendon to discuss a variety of topics, such as his ankle injuries, his shoulder issues this year, the 2011 draft, and the new bats in the NCAA. You came in to the season as the consensus number one draft prospect. You had the big...

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Anthony Rendon Live: Game Three

Today, Rice and East Carolina wrapped up their three game series, giving me my last look at Anthony Rendon.  After walking five times in the first two games, all intentional, Rendon went 1-for-4 today, with one strikeout. In his first at-bat, Rendon went down looking at a breaking ball on the outside part of the plate.  He struck out looking twice yesterday, with all of the pitches being close.  That could be a concern going forward,...

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Anthony Rendon Live: Game Two

There were two themes to today’s game with Anthony Rendon.  He struck out looking in his only two at-bats, and he was intentionally walked in his other three plate appearances. Rendon came up in the first inning and was actually pitched to with two outs and no one on.  He was called out looking on a 2-2 pitch, with the pitch catching the inside corner of the plate.  He was intentionally walked in his next appearance, with a...

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