Anthony Rendon, a veteran of the Los Angeles Angels placed him on IL because his right wrist ‘just flaked up.’

ANAHEIM, Calif. — Los Angeles Angels Third baseman Anthony Rendon Because of right wrist inflammation, she was placed on the 10-day injures list Saturday.

Rendon has been suffering from wrist problems for the majority of the season. It got worse during Thursday's seventh inning, when Rendon was facing the Tigers. Toronto Blue Jays When he hit an outfield pitch. On Friday, he underwent an MRI to determine the next steps.

Rendon stated that it “just flared up.” “It's just waiting to see when it calms.”

Rendon, 31 years old, is now in his fourth stint on the IL after two seasons. Last year, Rendon was injured in various ways and missed 96 games. He also missed the final 76 games because of a left hamstring strain which he suffered early July.

Rendon was hitting.242 this year, but was showing signs that he was starting to get comfortable after an up-and down start. In May, Rendon had 15 RBIs.

This is Rendon’s third season playing for the Angels. After his service to the Angels, Rendon signed an eight-year contract worth $245million. Washington Nationals To a World Series title for 2019

Tyler Wade And Matt Duffy Rendon is expected to be out so that they can platoon at third. Rendon was out of the Angels' roster, so they called up a right-hander. Janson Junk Triple-A Salt Lake

This report was contributed by The Associated Press.

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