Washington Nationals' right fielder Jayson Werth holds his left wrist as he walks off the field with assistant athletic trainer Mike McGowan after a play on Philadelphia Phillies' Placido Polanco's fly ball in the sixth inning of their baseball game at
By Gabe Lacques, USA TODAY Werth suffered a broken left wrist while attempting a sliding catch of a fly ball in Sunday night's 9-3 loss to the Phillies at Nationals Park. He had surgery Monday and is expected to miss at least 12 weeks, a key blow to a
Jayson Werth, the former Phillie and favored target of visiting fans, delivered the lodestone hit, a three-run home run with two outs in the fifth inning that gave the Nationals their first runs. Once Werth's blast landed in the visitors' bullpen,
The Nationals suffered the biggest blow of the game in the sixth inning, when Jayson Werth broke his wrist sliding for a ball in the outfield. Even though Werth hasn't been playing that great in 2012, the last thing the Nationals needed was for another
Jayson Werth has broken his wrist diving for a ball in Sunday nights game versus the Philadelphia Phillies. It's a clean break, Washington manager.