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CSN Washington Oct 17, 2014

Nationals roster review: Jayson Werth

Jayson Werth remains as productive as ever, but can he keep it up as he enters his fifth season of his seven-year contract with the Nationals?
Washington Post Oct 16, 2014

The best in D.C. sports: Washington Nationals, Maryland Terrapins and Happy Hour Kickball

Best athlete Jayson Werth Yes, Jayson Werth provides a solid bat in the middle of the Nationals’ lineup. And, yes, he’s a great leader in the clubhouse for the NL East champs. But he’s a fan favorite because of that epic beard. Our city’s infatuation with the hirsute outfielder was best exemplified on a Tuesday in August when fans lined up five hours before game time hoping to be among the first 25,000 through the gates to get a Jayson Werth garden gnome. (About 15,000 went home empty-handed.) “Obviously a pretty good crowd for a Tuesday,” Werth told The Washington Post. J.T....
Washington Post Oct 9, 2014

DC Sports Bog: Tony Kornheiser, Mike Wise and John Feinstein on Jayson Werth

Current and former local sports columnists did not agree with Jayson Werth’s decision not to speak with the media after Tuesday night’s season-ending Nats loss. Tony Kornheiser, on ESPN 980: “Their number one hitter for average was Denard Span. Their quality, veteran leaders who were playing were Jayson Werth and Adam LaRoche. And they combined — in a playoff series — [to go] 4-for-54. That’s why Jayson Werth didn’t want to talk to the press. I’m gonna give credit to LaRoche, because he did. Jayson Werth hid. Said I don’t want to talk to them. You know, let me pose for...
Washington Post Oct 8, 2014

Usually reliable Adam LaRoche, Jayson Werth have very quiet NLDS for Nationals

SAN FRANCISCO — The Washington Nationals got this far with contributions all season from several key players. When other key players suffered injuries, the team’s two most veteran hitters, Jayson Werth and Adam LaRoche, were near-daily mainstays in the lineup. With Werth hitting third and LaRoche as the cleanup hitter, the Nationals claimed their second National League East title in three years and won a NL-leading 96 games. Read full article >>
Sacramento Bee Oct 4, 2014
Nationals' Desmond awaiting birth of 3rd child

Nationals' Desmond awaiting birth of 3rd child

Nationals manager Matt Williams says "there is a chance" shortstop Ian Desmond could miss a postseason game when his wife gives birth to the couple's third son. Washington Nationals shortstop Ian Desmond, left, and right fielder Jayson Werth talk during warm ups before Game 1 of a NL Division Series baseball game against the San Francisco Giants at Nationals Park Friday, Oct. 3, 2014, in Washington.
KFFL Oct 3, 2014

Nationals | Jayson Werth to have big Game 2?

Washington Nationals OF Jayson Werth is a career .386 hitter with four home runs and ...

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