Anthony Rendon helped redress the Washington Nationals’ situation with a huge circuit early in the seventh inning of Game 7 of the World Series on Wednesday night, which is part of the infielder’s trend.
Rendon took Zack Greinke to a 2-1 game for the Houston Astros in seventh place. Juan Soto was next and walked, which caused a pitch change of A.J. Hinch who turned against him.
Rendon’s hit continued to hit his clutch late in the playoff game this post-season.
According to Sam Fortier, Rendon was unbelievable in the seventh inning or later in the five playoff games of the Nats in this season’s playoffs.
The appearances at the Anthony Rendon plaque at the 7th inning or later of the Nationals & # 039; five playoff games this season:
March, double, home run, double, home run, double, home run
– Sam Fortier (@ Sam4TR), October 31, 2019
A walk, a double, a home run, a double, a home run, a double and a home run is incredible. The guy was at his best when his team needed it the most. It is no coincidence that with such a strike, the Nats were able to win their first world series. Rendon had eight RBIs in the series.