Anthony Rendon drives in 10 of Nationals’ 23 runs in history-making blowout vs. Mets

Apparently, Nationals third baseman Anthony Rendon ate his Wheaties Sunday morning. Rendon led the Nationals to a 23-5 win over the Mets while collecting six hits (6 for 6) with five runs scored, three home runs and 10 RBIs. The Nationals became the first team in MLB history to score at least 14 runs in […]

Apparently, Nationals third baseman Anthony Rendon ate his Wheaties Sunday morning.

Rendon led the Nationals to a 23-5 win over the Mets while collecting six hits (6 for 6) with five runs scored, three home runs and 10 RBIs.

The Nationals became the first team in MLB history to score at least 14 runs in a game five times in April.

Rendon, 26, hit 20 home runs with 85 RBIs last year. If he continues seeing the ball like he did Sunday, he will easily eclipse those numbers, slow start notwithstanding.

Jovan Belcher, Dave Duerson and Junior Seau are former NFL players linked to CTE after all three committed suicide. Briggs knows those guys played similarly to him, and it worries him for his future.

It does scare me, because a lot of men that played the game, have taken their lives. There’s a heavy percentage of them that are linebackers, Briggs said Monday on WFLD-TV.

Briggs retired after the 2014 season and has since been trying to keep his brain active. Part of that includes hosting The Lance Briggs Show on Comcast SportsNet Chicago.

The son of former presidential candidate and Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney is leading one of two groups that are finalists to buy the Marlins from Jeffrey Loria. The other group is led by former Yankees captain Derek Jeter and former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush.

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