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The Washington Nationals will host Jayson Werth Chia Night Aug. 5, giving out busts of the outfielder that grow a Chia beard

On August 5, the Washington Nationals will host Jayson Werth Chia Night, with the first 20,000 fans getting a bust of the hirsute outfielder that grows a Chia beard. Hedge trimmers not included.
CSN Washington Jun 20, 2015

Werth resumes activities, Strasburg ready to return

Jayson Werth has begun shagging flies and gripping a bat, while Stephen Strasburg is ready to rejoin the Nationals' rotation next week.

Werth begins baseball activities, Strasburg good to return

Jayson Werth has taken a small but important step in his recovery from a fractured left wrist, starting to shag fly balls and grip a bat for the first time since suffering his injury one month ago. Werth was on the field during batting practice Friday, catching fly balls with his glove on the injured…
Washington Post Jun 5, 2015

Nats Journal: Nationals hope a lineup change will jump-start Ryan Zimmerman’s offense

Through two months of the season, Ryan Zimmerman has looked little like himself at the plate. He is hitting .217 with five home runs, 34 RBI and a .276 on-base percentage. His .640 on-base-plus-slugging percentage is the worst among qualified first basemen in the majors. As the Nationals offense deals with injuries — Jayson Werth is out until August, Yunel Escobar is day to day with a strained right wrist — and has slowed over the past two weeks, they need Zimmerman’s bat to contribute.Read full article >>
Washington Post Jun 3, 2015

Nats Journal: Jayson Werth on fractured wrist: ‘My goal is to be back with the club August 1′

For 23 hours of each day, Jayson Werth’s left wrist is in a splint as two small fractures in it heal. But for one hour of reprieve, he takes the splint off and can do some light exercises to help maintain his grip strength.Read full article >>

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