Jayson Werth shows disgust as Nats fail to let Teddy win

A day after revealing his displeasure that Teddy never wins, Nationals outfielder Jayson Werth clearly held hope that the Nationals had listened. As George, Tom, Abe, and Teddy began the presidents race Saturday afternoon, the Nationals’ 126 million dollar man moved to the top of the dugout steps in anticipation. Werth watched the race until … Continue reading Jayson Werth shows disgust as Nats fail to let Teddy win

Jayson Werth joins the “Let Teddy Win” movement

Reporters who cover the Nationals have been buzzing about Jayson Werth’s comments following Wednesday’s game in Milwaukee. After the outfielder’s suggestions that things had to change drew a mix of speculation and ridicule from the press, Werth chose to clarify after tonight’s game at Nationals Park. As reported by Mark Zuckerman at Nats Insider, Werth … Continue reading Jayson Werth joins the “Let Teddy Win” movement

Presidents race on tandem bikes, Teddy issues a challenge

Fans who braved the cold and volatile weather at Nationals Park Saturday were rewarded with the Nats’ first victory of the season — a dramatic affair that included a hail storm and two weather delays, spectacular defensive plays, heroics, and a rare suicide squeeze. While new regulars Rick Ankiel, Danny Espinosa, and Jayson Werth were … Continue reading Presidents race on tandem bikes, Teddy issues a challenge