Washington Post "Nationals outfielder Jayson Werth, who has already missed 16 days on the disabled list, visited a specialist in Chicago to further diagnose his strained right hamstring, Manager Davey Johnson said. The Nationals long expected Werth to return today, but after a stalled minor league rehab assignment..." May 19
MLB.com "Right fielder Jayson Werth was scheduled to play for Class A Potomac on Thursday, but he went to see his doctor in New York because he felt tightness in his right hamstring. However, Werth is expected to get a rehab start for Potomac on Friday and stay with the team a few more days, which means..." May 17
Washington Times "Feeling some slight tightness in his strained right hamstring, Washington Nationals right fielder Jayson Werth traveled to New York on Thursday to visit with the team’s specialist and get the issue examined. His expected return from the disabled list on Saturday will likely be delayed a few days,..." May 16
Jayson Werth rehabbing at Class A Potomac tonight. Expected to come off DL on Saturday. #Nats
CBSSports.com "The Nationals will be without Jayson Werth for a while, as they've placed the veteran outfielder on the 15-day disabled list with a strained right hamstring. To replace Werth on the active roster, they've recalled outfielder Eury Perez. Werth hasn't played since May 2, so the move will likely..." May 11
Davey says Jayson Werth is probably going to have to go on DL. Still having hamstring spasms. Move can be backdated.
Nats Insider "The Nationals are planning to place outfielder Jayson Werth on the 15-day disabled list following tonight's game against the Cubs with what general manager Mike Rizzo termed a "very slight strain" of his right hamstring. Werth hasn't played since May 2 in Atlanta, when he felt the hamstring..." May 10
Davey says one more day of rest for Jayson Werth before he can return to playing.
Also, initial result of MRI on Werth's hamstring was clean.
Washington Post "Jayson Werth is scheduled to have an MRI on his balky right hamstring on Thursday, Nationals Manager Davey Johnson said following Wednesday’s 3-1 win over the Detroit Tigers. Werth, who hasn’t played in six days because of the hamstring tightness and a sore left ankle, will also be examined by an..." May 09
Werth not playing tonight, as expected.
Washington Post "Jayson Werth left Thursday’s game against the Braves in the fifth inning after his right hamstring tightened up again and, according to Manager Davey Johnson, he is expected to miss time as he rests the injury. Werth, who had never suffered a hamstring injury in his career, felt the initial..." May 03
Bernadina pinch-hitting for Werth in the 5th. Something acting up, ankle or hamstring. Fact it's now raining here could be factor as well.
By the way -- Davey said the X-ray done on Jayson Werth's ankle came back clean. As long as hamstring's OK he could return to lineup soon.
CSN Washington "Out of the Nationals' lineup for the second straight game, right fielder Jayson Werth was due to undergo an X-ray of his left ankle, still swollen badly after he fouled a pitch off it during Monday night's game. Werth didn't have reason to believe he broke any bones, "but after two days, you..." May 01
Werth (hamstring, ankle) out of #Nats lineup. Harper moves to RF, Moore in LF vs Tim Hudson.
Washington Post "When he came up to bat in the eighth inning of a 3-2 game against the Atlanta Braves, Jayson Werth told Nationals Manager Davey Johnson that he would need a pinch runner if he reached base. Werth said he his hamstring was tight all day and he couldn’t get it fully loose before the game. Towards..." April 30
Jayson Werth is now out of the game after fouling a ball off his left foot/ankle in the 8th. Roger Bernadina takes over in right.
Washington Post "On Monday afternoon, a large-scale sporting event was at the heart of a tragic and heartbreaking event, two bombs exploding near the finish line of the Boston Marathon. The bombings killed at least three people and injured more than 170 in an act described by President Obama as..." April 16
Washington Times "Late in the Washington Nationals‘ victory over the Chicago White Sox on Tuesday, as Jayson Werth stepped into the batter’s box, Davey Johnson looked up at the scoreboard and noticed something. The Nationals’ right fielder, known for his patient approach at the plate, had the same on-base..." April 11
Washington Post "Denard Span dug into the batter’s box last night for the first plate appearance of the night, the start of a game plan, the first link in the chain. Span’s arrival, particularly in tandem with Jayson Werth hitting behind him, has given the Nationals a new kind of offensive identity. They aim to..." April 10
Washington Post "Around the Washington Nationals, there is a commonly accepted notion about Jayson Werth: He will meet people with skepticism before he trusts them, and he will open up over time, on his terms only. Werth insists this is backward. It takes others time to come to know him, he says, and then they..." March 24
Washington Post "Jayson Werth clubbed the most dramatic home run in Washington’s baseball history last October, a moment nothing about his recent performance foretold. Between his return from a broken left wrist in August and the end of the regular season, Werth reached base almost 40 percent of the time but hit..." March 06
Federal Baseball "As the oft-repeated anecdote has it, and as Baltimore Sun writer David Schmuck recounted in a 1995 article, Davey Johnson used to, "... borrow time on the computer system at [Baltimore] Orioles owner Jerry Hoffberger's brewery," so that he could, in Johnson's own words, "... work on this program I..." January 29
Washington Post "Jayson Werth has perhaps the most unique point of view on the Nationals' roster. He signed the largest contract in team history before the 2011 season, receiving some ridicule for proclaiming he wanted to be "part of the group that changes perception of baseball in Washington, D.C." He received..." January 28
Federal Baseball "In an interview with ESPN980's The Sports Fix hosts Thom Loverro and Kevin Sheehan before the trade with Minnesota for center fielder Denard Span, Washington Nationals' manager Davey Johnson said he would take Jayson Werth and Bryce Harper atop the lineup over any other 1-2 punch in the game. "I..." December 27
Washington Post "Late Wednesday night, as the Washington Nationals reached their most perilous moment in weeks, a foul ball rolled to Jayson Werth in the on-deck circle at Citizens Bank Park. In his former home, a place that welcomes old heroes back with raging jeers, Werth injected one more slice of drama into a..." September 27
CSN Philly "At least for one night and maybe just one season, Jayson Werth got the last laugh. When the Phillies are sitting at home watching the playoffs on TV, Werth will be there at the top of the Nationals' lineup trying to set the table for the big hitters behind him. At least that's the way it was on..." September 27
Washington Post "Bryce Harper and Jayson Werth form a disparate, atypical pairing atop the Washington Nationals lineup. Werth does not fit the standard mold of a leadoff hitter — a 6-foot-5 veteran on a $126 million contract who once slugged 36 home runs. Harper does not fit the standard mold of anything — a..." September 18
Washington Post "Nationals outfielder Michael Morse was pulled from the fourth inning of Monday's 2-1 win over the Chicago Cubs with a sore right thumb as a precaution, and the injury isn't expected to be serious. Morse was hit on the right hand by a pitch in his first at-bat on Aug. 24 against the Philadelphia..." September 04
Washington Post "Jayson Werth, one of the few Nationals who knows from experience how to win in October, stood at his locker yesterday afternoon and listened as a reporter told him the news of day: Davey Johnson had just said Stephen Strasburg would make his final start Sept. 12. Werth pulled his cell phone..." September 03
Washington Post "Jayson Werth left in ninth inning of Saturday's 10-9 loss to the St. Louis Cardinals with cramping in his hamstring. Nationals Manager Davey Johnson pulled Werth to start the inning, moved Bryce Harper to right field and Eury Perez made his major league debut by taking over center field. Werth..." September 02
Washington Post "In June, more than a month before he would return to the majors with another scar in his left wrist, Jayson Werth ordered a shipment of bats that weighed an ounce and a half less than what he had used in recent seasons. He knew the strength in his wrist would not be the same, and he thought the..." August 31
Washington Post "Jayson Werth wore a bulky walking boot on his sore right ankle as he walked out of AT&T Park on Monday night and will receive an MRI exam on Tuesday. But Werth described the exam as "totally precautionary" and has not even ruled out playing Tuesday night. The Nationals scratched Werth about 45..." August 14
Washington Post "The Nationals activated and reinstated outfielder Jayson Werth from the disabled list on Thursday, and he will start in center field and bat sixth in his first game back. To make room for Werth on the roster, the Nationals placed reliever Henry Rodriguez on the disabled list with a lower back..." August 02
Federal Baseball ""What is this day 11 of my rehab?" Jayson Werth asked after going 2 for 3 with a double and a walk in his ninth game in the Washington Nationals' system. The 33-year-old outfielder who is working his was back from a broken wrist suffered in a May 6th game against the Philadelphia Phillies, told..." August 02
Washington Post "Barring any complications during his rehab, utility player Chad Tracy will return to the Nationals in time for Tuesday's game at Nationals Park against the Phillies. Tracy, the Nationals' top pinch hitter before he tore his groin muscle, has not played for more than two months. If all goes to..." July 31
Washington Post "Jayson Werth continued his rehab assignment in Class AAA Syracuse last night by playing five innings in center field and going 0 for 3 with two strikeouts. Werth has played in three games since Saturday, and he could serve as Syracuse's designated hitter today. "Progress is coming along good,"..." July 25
Washington Times "Ten weeks and five days ago, Jayson Werth broke his left wrist attempting to make a diving catch against the Philadelphia Phillies. On Saturday night in front of over 5,000 fans, he began his rehab assignment with the Potomac Nationals at Pfitzner Stadium. Werth batted third in the lineup..." July 22
Washington Post "Jayson Werth pointed toward the dugout after reaching on a walk on Saturday night in the sixth inning of his first rehab appearance. He had just completed his fourth at bat, but Werth wanted to remain in the game and run the bases. He said he's "pressing the envelope" with his rehab assignment..." July 22
Washington Times "The ball was cracking off Jayson Werth's with a sound so flush that even the Washington Nationals' intense right fielder could smile at the relief of it. Ten weeks and two days after Werth underwent surgery to repair a distal radius fracture in his left wrist, he was on the field at Nationals..." July 19
Washington Post "Drew Storen will make another minor league rehab appearance in Class A Potomac, and this time, Manager Davey Johnson said, Nationals coaches are hoping the reliever works on his command. Storen, out all season after an April surgery to remove a bone chip from his right elbow, has pitched in..." July 18
Washington Post "Jayson Werth remains on track to return roughly at the end of this month from the broken left wrist he suffered in early May. Werth has been shagging flies during batting practice regularly, and he could begin swinging a bat shortly after the all-star break, said Manager Davey Johnson. Werth's..." July 06
Washington Post "An unfamiliar, bearded face joined the Nationals during batting practice today: Jayson Werth jogged out to right field for a brief workout, his most extensive rehab – at least in public view – since he broke his left wrist May 6. Werth stretched with strength coach Jon Philbin, then played..." June 22
Washington Post "Jayson Werth is on track to return on schedule, and perhaps sooner than expected, from the broken left wrist he suffered May 6, Manager Davey Johnson said today. Werth had planned to return in roughly 10 weeks from the injury, and Johnson said he could possibly come back in late July. Werth..." June 20
Washington Post "The Nationals plan to weather their latest and perhaps most devastating injury without looking outside their organization for help. With Jayson Werth out for roughly 10 to 12 weeks after undergoing surgery to repair a broken wrist, General Manager Mike Rizzo will not push to make a trade to..." May 09
Washington Times "When Washington outfielder Jayson Werth walked off the field at Nationals Park on Sunday night, head down and clutching his left wrist, more than one stomach churned. Not only did Werth look to be in significant pain, but a ligament injury to the same wrist in 2005 nearly ended his career. The..." May 09
Washington Post "Jayson Werth underwent surgery on his broken left wrist Monday at the Mayo Clinic. He will begin strengthening exercises within six weeks, the Nationals announced. Players with his injury — a distal radius fracture — typically miss 10 to 12 weeks. Werth will work to come back sooner, in part..." May 08
Washington Times "Washington Nationals right fielder Jayson Werth, who suffered a clean break of his left wrist Sunday night, underwent surgery Monday at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minn., the team announced. The procedure was performed by Dr. Richard A. Berger. Rehab will begin immediately. Werth is expected..." May 08