Found February 25, 2012 on
(Jayson Werth's beard looks extremely burly. Screen cap via CSNWashington.com video.)
And so, while you're sitting around waiting for news on the Ryan Zimmerman contract extension front, (still can't believe it's hung up over a no-trade), enjoy the video below (via CSNWashington.com) in which Jayson Werth discusses moving on from his disastrous first season in Washington. Oh, and let the record show that CSN Washington registered the first Werth/worth pun of the 2012: "JAYSON READY TO PROVE HIS WERTH". Get it?
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Washington Nationals' Ryan Zimmerman walks off the field during the fifth inning against the Cincinnati Reds at Nationals Park in Washington on August 16, 2011. UPI/Kevin Dietsch
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The Washington Nationals have agreed to a six-year extension with third baseman Ryan Zimmerman. The deal is worth $100M over six years, as reported by Jim Bowden, and includes a team option for a seventh year at $24M.
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