"Oh, man, keep fighting," Rendon said. "We just wanted to keep believing in ourselves and not worry about what people outside of our locker room were saying, that maybe we might not make it or maybe we need to trade everybody away. We kept on believing in ourselves and just kept on playing ball."
"He's been a workhorse the whole season, so just the fact that he's carried it over to the playoffs has been amazing," said Nationals third baseman Anthony Rendon, who led the majors with 126 RBIs this season and drove in three in Game 4. "So looking forward to playing behind him."