Of course, as good as Kendrick has been during the regular season, it was his postseason heroics that truly endeared him to fans and entrenched his place in franchise lore. But the Nationals worked around his age and body by limiting his playing time throughout the season.
That allowed Washington to participate in a World Series for the first time since 1933 - and Kendrick to do so for the first time in his career.
Kendrick followed that up by earning MVP honors in the NL Championship Series for batting.333 with four doubles and four RBIs as the Nationals swept the St. Louis Cardinals in four games.
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After making a tweak to his swing by boosting his launch angle and getting his hands a little lower before coming through the zone, Kendrick returned this year to hit.344 with 17 home runs and 62 RBIs in 121 games. And in the World Series, it was Kendrick's remarkable Game 7, opposite-field shot off the foul pole that put the Nationals ahead by a 3-2 margin they'd never relinquish. The Nationals used a mix of Kendrick, Ryan Zimmerman and Matt Adams at first last season, then all three became free agents.
Needless to say, he's in for a standing ovation when he's introduced at the Nationals' 2020 home opener. With Kendrick's return, the team has a player who can share the load at first and moonlight at second, which is another hole the Nationals have to fill.