Washington Nationals Prospect Anthony Rendon Injures Ankle, According To Report

March 07, 2012; Melbourne, FL, USA; Washington Nationals third baseman Anthony Rendon (6) at bat during the spring training game against the St. Louis Cardinals at Space Coast Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Brad Barr-US PRESSWIRE

In just his third game with the Nationals Class A affiliate Potomac, 2011 top pick Anthony Rendon has suffered an injury.

In just his third game with the Nationals Class A affiliate Potomac, 2011 top pick Anthony Rendon has suffered an injury. Via Bill Ladson:

Class A Potomac third baseman Anthony Rendon suffered an ankle injury while running the bases in a 7-2 loss to Lynchburg on Saturday. It's not known how serious the injury is.

Rendon hurt the ankle in the fourth inning. After a hitting a double, Rendon was trying to score on a bloop single to center by Justin Bloxom. Rendon went down with the ankle injury after rounding third base.

Rendon has a bit of an injury history, hurting his shoulder and also injuring his right ankle twice in college. The team has yet to give an update on the situation, though is expected to sometime on Sunday.

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