There it is, as seen on TV Saturday night, covered in a bandage. The good news is: X-rays on Friday were negative, and Anthony Rendon's left thumb is still attached.
"It didn’t fracture. That’s the biggest thing."
(Anthony Rendon, via Nationals Journal, 6/7/2014)
Rendon sat out Saturday night, and sat on Sunday. The Nats are calling it day-to-day, which, given their track record for diagnosing injuries early, probably means Rendon is done for the year. Here's Matt Williams:, via Nationals.com:
"He is doing contrast treatment -- ice and heat--flushing some blood out of there. It a little swollen. Pretty sore. We have a quick turnaround tomorrow. We have to see how it is. The good news is, there was no fracture. It's better than last night, not as much swelling as there was yesterday, but it's still sore."
(Matt Williams, via Nationals.com, 6/7/2014)
Here's a screengrab of Rendon a momenbt after Carlos Quentin's grounder introduced itself to his hand:
(Screencaps via MLB.TV/MASN)