On Tuesday, Yoenis Cespedes showed up to Mets spring training in a custom-made Polaris Slingshot.

On Wednesday, Washington Nationals infielder Anthony Rendon one-upped him.

This is how Anthony Rendon showed up to spring training #respect #Nationals pic.twitter.com/QD5sxA5SpZ

— Jason Pugh (@JPughNBC4) February 24, 2016

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The shirt!!!! @Anthonyrendon_6 @Nationals #SpringTraining pic.twitter.com/uLheDIilVp

— Sam Ryan (@SamRyanMLB) February 24, 2016

Limited to just 80 games due to injury in 2015, Rendon enters spring with plenty of rust. But the Nats are hoping he can shake it off, as he enters camp as the projected starting third baseman.

H/t: The Score