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Nats Journal: Jayson Werth to rejoin Nationals on Tuesday

Jayson Werth will rejoin the Nationals on Tuesday in Miami, according to a person familiar with the situation, returning after a two-and-a-half-month absence recovering from two small fractures and a bad bone bruise in his left wrist. Werth was hit by a pitch on May 15 and landed on the disabled list the next day.Read full article >>

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Nats Journal: Jayson Werth, Ryan Zimmerman return from the disabled list

Here they come, on July 28, 97 games in to an expectation-laden 162 game season: Jayson Werth and Ryan Zimmerman will play for the Nationals Tuesday night, when Werth, Zimmerman, and Anthony Rendon will play together for the first time all season.Read full article >>

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Werth, Zimmerman activated; den Dekker, Burriss dropped

The Nationals will have two of their key injured veterans back in the lineup Tuesday night in Miami, with both left fielder Jayson Werth and first baseman Ryan Zimmerman activated off the disabled list in time for the club’s series opener with the Marlins. To clear roster space for the returning regulars, the Nationals optioned…

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Werth officially set to return from DL vs. Miami

He's back. Jayson Werth will return to the Nationals after more than two months on the disabled list. Details here from Mark Zuckerman.

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Nats Journal: Jayson Werth, Ryan Zimmerman nearing returns to the Nationals

The Nationals already welcomed the return of Anthony Rendon on Saturday, and Yunel Escobar following a wrist injury that kept him out a few days, and two more may be coming. Jayson Werth and Ryan Zimmerman are both scheduled to play another rehab game on Saturday.Read full article >>

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Nats Journal: Today’s Nationals-Mets lineups

The Nationals host the Mets in the rubber match Wednesday of a three-game series against the Mets. The Nationals’ offense has been up and down. Since Anthony Rendon went on the disabled list on June 25, joining Jayson Werth and Ryan Zimmerman, the Nationals are averaging 3.6 runs a game. Since Denard Span joined them all on July 7, the Nationals are averaging 3.1 runs a game.Read full article >>

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Nats make pair of roster moves to make way for de los Santos

With rookie reliever Abel de los Santos joining the team on Monday, the Nationals made a pair of moves to clear up a roster spot. They transferred Jayson Werth – who is rehabbing a broken left wrist – from the 15-day disabled list to the 60-day DL. They also optioned struggling right-hander Blake Treinen to Triple-A…

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Injury updates on Span, Rendon, Werth, Strasburg and Zim

With four days off for the All-Star break and a large group of notable players on the disabled list, Friday afforded Nationals manager Matt Williams an opportunity to run down a long list of injury updates. Denard Span, Anthony Rendon, Ryan Zimmerman, Jayson Werth and Stephen Strasburg remain sidelined as the team begins the second…

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Nats Journal: With all the injuries, how can the Nationals improve?

At some point later Friday, the root of Denard Span’s back spasms should be known, along with a plan for getting healthy, which could likely need a stint on the disabled list. If he does indeed land on the disabled list, Span would join fellow everyday position players Jayson Werth, Ryan Zimmerman and Anthony Rendon, meaning four of the Nationals’ top five hitters are out with injuries.Read full article >>

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Nats Journal: Nationals still figuring out weekend rotation, make-up date with Reds

The heavy rains that hit Washington on Wednesday afternoon left the Nationals Park field too wet for the finale of the three-game series against Cincinnati. For a team as banged up as the Nationals, the postponement could be seen as a godsend. The Nationals already have three everyday starters on the disabled list (Anthony Rendon, Ryan Zimmerman and Jayson Werth) and two more (Yunel Escobar and Denard Span) are dealing with injuries. Coupled with Thursday’s off-day, the rest comes at an ideal time.Read full article >>

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Nats Journal: Nationals outfielder Jayson Werth is swinging again in recovery from wrist injury

Today’s Nationals injury update starts with good news for Washington: Jayson Werth has a bat in his hands again.Werth, who is recovering from a wrist injury suffered in mid-May, swung a fungo bat Saturday. The bat is lighter than Werth’s normal model, but Nationals Manager Matt Williams said Werth should return to his normal bat soon.Read full article >>