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CSN Washington Mar 4, 2015

Werth hits off tee for first time since surgery

Jayson Werth took swings off a tee Wednesday for the first time since his January shoulder surgery, a small but important step in his return to the Nationals lineup.

Werth takes swings off tee for first time since surgery

VIERA, Fla. — Jayson Werth took light swings off a tee Wednesday for the first time since his January shoulder surgery, a small but important step in the veteran outfielder’s attempt to return in time for the Nationals’ season opener. Werth’s workout was exceptionally light — he swung the bat in the air about 20…
Washington Post Mar 3, 2015

DC Sports Bog: The best photos from 11 years of Nationals team picture days

Here’s a free idea for the Nationals’ 2025 promotional schedule, when the team is celebrating its 20th anniversary season. Just hand out copies of individual player photos from back in the day.This year’s team picture day session will go down as one of the greatest in history, not because the Nationals’ roster is loaded with more talent than ever before, but because Danny Espinosa, Mike Carp and Jayson Werth boast some of the best facial hair in the big leagues.Read full article >>
Washington Post Mar 2, 2015

DC Sports Bog: Danny Espinosa’s mustache, Jayson Werth’s haunting stare of death highlight Nationals picture day

Ah, Nats picture day, the annual excuse for Jayson Werth to attempt to break a camera’s will by staring deep into its soul. Werth seemed to be feeling particularly cheerful and chipper on Sunday, as he flashed his pearly whites for the camera while glaring into its lens with the intensity and power of a thousand CBS Sports Minutes.Read full article >>
philly.com Mar 1, 2015

Still a contender, Werth recalls good times with Phils

VIERA, Fla. - The Phillies marched out the Four Aces in February 2011 while Jayson Werth moved into his new spring-training home with the Washington Nationals.
CSN Washington Feb 26, 2015

Werth shooting for opener but will be cautious

Jayson Werth is hoping his surgically repaired shoulder will be ready by Opening Day, but the veteran Nats outfielder said he'll err on the side of caution.

Werth shooting for opener but will err on side of caution

VIERA, Fla. — Jayson Werth is hoping his surgically repaired shoulder will be fully healed in time for Opening Day, but the veteran Nationals outfielder said he’s willing to spend the first week or two of the season on the disabled list if he’s not yet 100 percent healthy. “That’s kind of my goal,” Werth…
Washington Post Feb 26, 2015

Nats Journal: Jayson Werth still cautiously hoping to play on opening day

VIERA, FLA. — The most veteran player on the Nationals’ roster was mostly a spectator during Thursday’s first full-team workouts. Jayson Werth ran through the conditioning drills, jumping over hurdles and through ladders. But when his teammates played catch to warm up their arms or took batting practice, Werth watched.Read full article >>

Jayson Werth still cautiously hoping to play on opening day

VIERA, FLA. — The most veteran player on the Nationals’ roster was mostly a spectator during Thursday’s first full-team workouts. Jayson Werth ran through the conditioning drills, jumping over hurdles and through ladders. But when his teammates played catch to warm up their arms or took batting practice, Werth watched. Although his surgically repaired right shoulder […]
CSN Washington Feb 25, 2015

Full roster has reported, but Werth still rehabbing

All Nationals position players have reported for spring training, but Jayson Werth isn't cleared yet for full participation following shoulder surgery last month.

Full roster has reported, but Werth still rehabbing

VIERA, Fla. — All 70 players invited by the Nationals to big-league camp have reported, but at least one prominent regular won’t be able to participate entirely at Thursday’s first full-squad workout of the spring. Jayson Werth, who had arthroscopic surgery on his right shoulder January 9, will be held back from full participation for…
Express-Times Feb 20, 2015
Ex-Phillies star Jayson Werth's 5 best quotes about going to jail

Ex-Phillies star Jayson Werth's 5 best quotes about going to jail

The former Phillies outfielder opened up about his jailhouse experience during a recent interview.
Washington Post Feb 19, 2015

Washington Nationals’ Jayson Werth on jail time: ‘It’s not a destination you would choose’

On the night of Jan. 30, two guards escorted Jayson Werth into the Fairfax County Adult Detention Center. He changed out of his black sweatshirt and dark sunglasses into an olive-green jumpsuit, more comfortable than he expected. Werth shuffled into a guard’s office, a guard who happened to be a former drill sergeant. Read full article >>

Spring storyline No. 2: Werth’s shoulder surgery rehab

We’ve reached the final countdown to pitchers and catchers reporting for spring training, so we’re counting down the five biggest storylines the Nationals will face in Viera. We continue today with No. 2: Jayson Werth’s continued rehab from offseason shoulder surgery… No major-league club reports for spring training this week with fewer question marks than…
CSN Washington Feb 16, 2015

Spring storyline No. 2: Werth's shoulder

Jayson Werth, nearly 36 and coming off shoulder surgery, won't be 100 percent at the start of spring training. That makes the veteran outfielder the biggest question mark on the Nationals' roster.

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