7:40 PM EDT, Thu July 31, 2014
Washington Post

Nats Journal: Werth sits with sprained ankle, hopes for Wednesday return

Jayson Werth woke up Tuesday morning and the right ankle he injured the night before trying to avoid a tag at second base was still sore and swollen. Both he and Manager Matt Williams still believe the sprain is minor, but Werth did not start Tuesday’s game. Read full article >>

CSN Washington

Werth out but says ankle sprain isn't serious

Jayson Werth was out of the Nationals' lineup Tuesday night, but the veteran right fielder doesn't believe his ankle sprain is serious.

Nats Insider | CSN Washington

Werth out Tuesday but doesn’t believe sprain is serious

MIAMI — Jayson Werth was out of the Nationals’ lineup Tuesday, his sprained right ankle swollen and sore, though still not enough for the veteran right fielder to believe the injury is serious. “I think it’s minor,” he said Tuesday afternoon. Werth hurt himself on an awkward slide into second base during the seventh inning…

Nationals Journal | Washington Post

Jayson Werth sits with sprained ankle, hopes for Wednesday return

Jayson Werth woke up Tuesday morning and the right ankle he injured the night before trying to avoid a tag at second base was still sore and swollen. Both he and Manager Matt Williams still believe the sprain is minor, but Werth did not start Tuesday’s game. Werth and Williams both hope the right fielder will […]

Nats Insider | CSN Washington

Werth hopes to play Tuesday after spraining ankle

MIAMI — Jayson Werth hopes to return to the Nationals’ lineup Tuesday after departing Monday night’s game with a sprained right ankle, though the veteran right fielder doesn’t expect to know the true severity of the injury until morning. “I won’t know until I wake up tomorrow,” Werth said following Monday’s 7-6 loss to the…

Nationals Journal | Washington Post

Jordan Zimmermann returns to form

Monday wasn’t all together bad for the Nationals. Beyond Rafael Soriano’s ninth-inning implosion and Jayson Werth’s twisted ankle, the Nationals found solace in Jordan Zimmermann’s return to form. In his second start since returning from a right bicep strain, the right-hander pitched more like himself. Zimmermann’s previous start — his first after suffering the bicep injury […]

Washington Post

Ian Desmond suffers hand injury as Nationals fall to Orioles, 4-3

BALTIMORE —Ian Desmond wore a cloth bandage around his swollen right hand, water dripping from the melting ice. Minutes later, Jayson Werth hobbled through the Washington Nationals’ clubhouse, limping on his left foot. Just as the Nationals had moved into first place and regained full health, they dropped into a tie and baseballs attacked appendages on two of their best players. Read full article >>

CSN Washington

Werth wins NL Player of the Week award

Jayson Werth broke out of his slump in a big way, earning NL Player of the Week honors in the process.

MLB

Venable robs Werth with sparkling grab

4/27/14: Will Venable lays out to make a fantastic diving catch in right field, robbing Jayson Werth of a hit and ending the inning

MLB

Werth smacks a grand slam as Nats take lead

4/9/14: Jayson Werth hammers a grand slam to left-center field as the Nationals take a 10-7 lead late in the game

MLB

Villanueva freezes Werth with 57-mph pitch

8/21/13: Carlos Villanueva freezes Jayson Werth with a 57-mph breaking ball