Found September 02, 2013 on Nationals Enquirer:
Up above, Jayson Werth discusses Sunday night's come from behind win for the Nats with ESPN's Buster Olney. Buarwe asked him about his double in the eighth inning to give Nationals the lead, the latest and greatest of Werth's post-All-Star Break "Get on my back, boys" moment. Werth blacked out, apparently: "I think I blacked out. I don't really remember." They're not dead yet... Befriend Nats Enquirer on Facebook. Follow on Twitter. Related articles Walk-off Werth! Watch Jayson Werth react to a 57 MPH strike by Carlos Villanueva Watch Jayson Werth and Gio Gonzalez exchange words in the dugout after first inning Watch Bryce Harper dump a bucket of Gatorade on Jayson Werth The Best of Jayson Werth walk-off photoshops...
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