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Last season, Duffy's Irish Pub in DC made headlines with a Jayson Werth drink special: PBR Tallboys priced to match Werth's batting average: $2.12 at the time. Now, Duffy's is at it again with a new Jayson Werth drink special: free shots for each Jayson Werth HR this season: Certainly a much more positive promotion this time around compared to the ~2.12 beer promo last year. Unfortunately, Werth is off to another slow start this season: 0-10, 5 K. On a positive note, Werth has 3 walks. Perhaps Duffy's should consider free shots for Nats fans for each Werth AB until he gets a hit? Befriend the Nats Enquirer on Facebook. Follow us on Twitter.
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