Category Archives: Jayson Werth

Nats Postgame – 5-4 loss to Phillies

 Phillies 5, Nats 4

The broken record continues to spin. The Nats managed to hit three home runs against two-time Cy Young Award winner Roy Halladay and yet didn’t come away with a Memorial Day victory at Nationals Park on Monday. Check out the… Continue reading

Posted in Beanballs, Brian McNally, Jayson Werth, Livan Hernandez, MLB, Michael Morse, Nationals, Washington Nationals, alex cora, danny espinosa, jim riggleman, laynce nix, ryan zimmerman, sean burnett | Comments Off

Nats Postgame – 2-1 loss to Padres

Padres 2, Nats 1

The offensive struggles continue for Washington, which has scored three runs or less in eight of its last 13 games. Not going to win many games that way. Check out the details from Saturday’s defeat in our game story here.

Some int… Continue reading

Posted in Adam LaRoche, Beanballs, Brian McNally, Derek Norris, Ivan Rodriguez, Jayson Werth, Jordan Zimmermann, MLB, Mike Rizzo, Nationals, Washington Nationals, Wilson Ramos, laynce nix, ryan zimmerman | Comments Off

Nats Postgame – 2-1 win over Padres

Nats 2, Padres 1

No better way to shake off a 1-7 road trip where nerves frayed and controversy reigned than with a walk-off home run. Of course, that came after a blown save in the top of the ninth inning so it wasn’t exactly conventional. But the … Continue reading

Posted in Beanballs, Brad Meyers, Brian McNally, Craig Stammen, Jayson Werth, Jerry Hairston, MLB, Nationals, Ross Detwiler, Tom Gorzelanny, Washington Nationals, Yunesky Maya, john lannan | Comments Off

Werth addresses his comments in Milwaukee

Nats outfielder Jayson Werth spoke after Friday’s dramatic 2-1 win over the San Diego Padres, addressing his comments in Milwaukee earlier in the week that appeared to hint at deeper trouble within the clubhouse. Were his vague quotes directed at man… Continue reading

Posted in Beanballs, Brian McNally, Jayson Werth, MLB, Nationals, Washington Nationals, jim riggleman | Comments Off

Nats Game Day – vs. Padres, 5/27/11

Nats (21-28) vs. Padres (20-30)

What – Game #50

Where – Nationals Park

When – 7:05 p.m.

TV – MASN HD

Radio – WJFK-106.7 FM; WFED-1500 AM

The Nationals are in a bad spot heading into a six-game homestand this Memorial Day weekend. They went 1-7 on… Continue reading

Posted in Beanballs, Brian McNally, Jayson Werth, MLB, Nationals, Sports, Washington Nationals, jim riggleman, john lannan | Comments Off

Jayson Werth Is A Werewolf Of Mystery

The Nationals got completely savaged and swept out of Milwaukee this afternoon. It was actually a pretty good fight as crappy baseball games go. The Nationals kept trying to come back, but the Brewers always seemed to come up with the answers and the Nationals eventually lost 6-4. The series and the whole road trip [...] Continue reading

Posted in 2011 Season, Chris Marrero, Former Players, Jayson Werth, Minors, manny acta | Comments Off

The Nationals Got A Good One In Before The World Ended At Least

Good morning from the Virginia wilderness. We are about to head out into the woods, but Lord Rumplefoot is finishing off his breakfast of Impala steaks and ostrich eggs. His loyal servant Chonsey is shoveling it to him. This gives me a little time to get some blogging done. So how bout that game last [...] Continue reading

Posted in 2011 Season, Jayson Werth, Matt Stairs, Wilson Ramos, danny espinosa | Comments Off

Nats Postgame – 17-5 win over Orioles

Nats 17, Orioles 5

Baseball really is a bizarre sport sometimes. There was absolutely no reason anyone should have expected the Nationals to erase a 20-inning scoreless drought – 17 runs total in six games – by scoring 17 runs in a single night. O… Continue reading

Posted in Baltimore Orioles, Beanballs, Brian McNally, Jayson Werth, MLB, Nationals, Orioles, Washington Nationals, Wilson Ramos, danny espinosa | Comments Off

Nats Postgame – Infante sees your catch, raises you a slide

Roger Bernadina’s amazing catch in the fifth inning wasn’t the only incredible play in Friday’s 6-5 loss to the Marlins. How about that slide from Omar Infante in the top of the 11th to avoid a certain out at home plate and deliver the eventual w… Continue reading

Posted in Beanballs, Brian McNally, Florida Marlins, Jayson Werth, Jerry Hairston, MLB, Nationals, Omar Infante, Washington Nationals, Wilson Ramos, jim riggleman | Comments Off

There Seems To Be A Mossy Oak Epidemic In The Nats Locker Room

Strange style is afoot in the Washington Nationals locker room. It seems the team is either trying to be invisible or about to embark on a mission of poaching. Post-game on Tuesday night, outfielder/first baseman Michael Morse showed up (or at least his head, I can’t see his body for some reason) to do an [...] Continue reading

Posted in Adam LaRoche, Jayson Werth, Jordan Zimmermann, Michael Morse, Other, ryan zimmerman | Comments Off