"I don't know, you live and learn but, with Harp up behind me in a two run game, I was being aggressive, I was convicted. I felt like I could make a difference right there and...I got caught up in it, that's for sure. ... I feel like it was my fault. Tough loss." (Jayson Werth, via MASNSports.com, 4/21/2013)
"Looking back, I was trying to do too much. I was trying to win the game
right there. That’s it, really. We can sit here and talk about the
situation. I was just trying to do too much. The situation got the best
of me. That’s probably one of the dumber things I’ve done on the field
in a while. Look no further than right here. We had a chance to win the
game. I feel like I pretty much blew it." (Jayson Werth, via Washington Post, 4/21/2013)
Mets 2, Nationals 0: Jayson Werth inexplicably decides to swing on a 3-0 count with two on and no out in the 8th, grounds into double play. Much respect to Werth for facing the music after the game and shouldering the ...