JAYSON WERTH RUMORS & GOSSIP
VIERA, Fla. (AP) The Washington Nationals' Jayson Werth is back on the field, just not 100 percent yet.
Werth participated in outfield drills Thursday during the Nationals' first full-squad workout Thursday. But the left fielder was generally limited as he recovers from offseason shoulder surgery.
Still, the fact Werth was with his teammates instead of hanging out with the trainers...
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Jayson Werth has completed his five-day jail sentence as punishment for a reckless driving charge stemming from the Washington Nationals outfielder driving 105 mph on the Capital Beltway last July. Werth originally was sentenced to 10 days in jail but appealed that ruling and later entered a guilty plea and ordered to serve only five...Read More
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To celebrate the team’s tenth anniversary, the Washington Nationals unveiled a slew of unique station promotions for the upcoming season.
Among the giveaways…a series of “Great Moments in Nationals History” bobbleheads, the team’s first Star Wars day, an Anthony Rendon garden gnome and everyone’s new favorite promo item.
The Jayson Werth Chia Pet.
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It’s only February 13th, and we’ve found the most ridiculous, yet fantastic, giveaway of the 2015 season.
The Washington Nationals are giving away a Jayson Werth Chia Pet.
2015 #Nats Promo Schedule is out! Single game tix on sale Feb.19 @ 10am! Details. Here. Now:
— Washington Nationals (@Nationals) February 13, 2015
This has been a very eventful offseason for Jayson Werth, just not in the way the Washington Nationals wanted. In the past month alone, Werth has been through serious shoulder surgery and was sentenced to five days in jail for reckless driving. Even though this is a very short sentence, this is the last thing that should be on any players’ mind so close to the start...
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Before we dig into Jayson Werth’s stats, let’s first discuss the possibility of his beard zapping his home run power. Since the introduction of the caveman look in 2010, Werth has...
Jayson Werth ran afoul of the boys in blue when he was caught going 105 mph in a 55-mph zone in July. The Washington Nationals outfielder pleaded guilty to a reckless driving charge last week and was ordered to serve five days in jail, which apparently is a common punishment for such a crime. Werth...Read More
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FAIRFAX, Va. — Washington Nationals outfielder Jayson Werth has pleaded guilty to reckless driving.
Werth has been sentenced to five days in jail for driving 105 mph on the Capital Beltway. He was convicted last month in Fairfax County and sentenced to 10 days in jail, but he appealed his conviction to Circuit Court.
A few months ago, Washington Nationals outfielder Jayson Werth was charged with reckless driving in Virginia. In December, he was sentenced to ten days in jail.
Many scoffed at the possibility of a high profile person like Werth actually spending time in jail, but according to Justin Jouvenal of the Washington Post, it looks like Werth *will* be heading to jail.
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It turns out that Jayson Werth was that guy in the Washington Nationals’ fantasy football league. The outfielder is in the fourth year of a seven-year, $126 million contract with the Nats, but that didn’t stop him from being so late with his league payment that his teammates decided it would be best to kick him out. “We kicked Jayson Werth out of the league this year,” reliever...