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Seriously, I'm still trying to wrap my head around this one. I just keep thinking of different stuff that was happening that was off the wall. I'll probably go watch the whole game back, relive it, torture myself.feedback
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Oct 13 2017
I can probably count on one hand how many balls I've had go in the lights on me in seven years. For that to happen tonight…” said Jayson Werth on this article: Jayson Werth’s Nationals tenure might be over. This page contains 26 articles quoting Jayson Werth. Main topics on which Jayson Werth is quoted are ball and moment. In addition you’ll find 56 quotes there. All these quotes are mentioned on this page and you can filter them by date and by topics.
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Jul 18 2017

They take time. If you look up a bone bruise on the Internet, it says two months. Doesn't have to be, but because of which bone this is and what it does, just is what it is. It's going to need to be pretty healed before you test it because if you piss it off, then you're worried about a stress fracture.feedback

Jul 18 2017

[That bone] takes all the force, and when you're going to run and sprint, you're dealing with a lot of force and body weight. We got to a point before the break where we wanted to figure out where we are at, but it just responded poorly to the pressure, so we had to back off a little bit. Sometimes you can play with these things, sometimes you can't. I've had tons of injuries, played with cracked ribs, played with broken this and that. This one is just a little bit different because we're going to have to wait til it heals to put the pressure on it you would need to sprint.feedback

Jul 18 2017

That's what happens when you barrel up 96 [mph] off your foot.feedback

Jul 18 2017

Sometimes you can play with these things; sometimes you can't. I've had tons of injuries, played with cracked ribs, played with broken this and that. This one is just a little bit different, because we're going to have to wait 'til it heals to put the pressure on it you would need to sprint.feedback

Jul 18 2017

They take time. If you look up a bone bruise on the internet, it says two months. Doesn't have to be, but because of which bone this is and what it does, just is what it is. It's going to need to be pretty healed before you test it, because if you piss it off, then you're worried about a stress fracture.feedback

May 31 2017

If you go up through the ranks, it becomes more sophisticated. More sophisticated ways of boning your bat. It didn't help me hit the ball. If I hit the ball on the sweet spot, even on an unboned bat, I'm going to hit it hard.feedback

May 31 2017

All these companies come with these proprietary finishes. They don't really tell you what they do with it. They claim that their bats are harder than anybody's.feedback

May 31 2017

I think you're better off finding a bat that has hits in it. And if it doesn't have hits in it, get rid of it. That's my philosophy. But what do I know?feedback

May 28 2017

You get in your groove. It's not that big a deal. Traveling across the country and playing a 1 o'clock game is not optimal, obviously. But you suck it up, and you get through it.feedback

May 28 2017

It almost plays against you. When you're young, and you haven't been through it, you don't know any different. You don't need a whole lot of sleep. You just play. When you've been through it, you start to dread it. It weighs on you a little bit more.feedback

May 28 2017

No matter however you want to do it, it's still 162 games in six months. It borders on impossible to begin with. Then you get some messed-up game times and some [lousy] travel, and there's a reason why there's only a few hundred people that do this thing.feedback

May 11 2017

If I swing at that I'm probably out and we're not here sitting here talking about this. That was the pitch of the [at-bat].feedback

May 11 2017

It was just a quick stop by Dusty's office, and the rest is history, I guess.feedback

May 11 2017

I get paid to forget, and I'm good at it. I couldn't tell you what happened yesterday or the day before. I just black out and see what happens. Basically how it goes.feedback

May 11 2017

I think on some level as the at-bat goes on I feel more comfortable. Obviously, [you] kind of get a chance to see what he's got and you get in rhythm with him maybe a little bit.feedback

May 10 2017

That was the pitch of the at-bat. Because now it's 3-2 and chances are he's not going to mess around and try to throw something that's a strikeout pitch. Because if he walks me, now he's gotta deal with the guys behind me.feedback

May 10 2017

I didn't even know I faced him before.feedback

Apr 20 2017

I think it was the right decision. I don't think I should have stayed in that much longer but I'm thinking hopefully just a couple days, maybe. But we got to see how I am tomorrow. I don't think its necessarily a tweak. Just more of a spasm.feedback

Apr 19 2017

This is my like my 14th year in the big leagues.feedback

Apr 19 2017

You see a lot of things, but when it's consistently not with the standards of the league, I think something needs to be done. I just can't believe that every time it's bottom of the barrel. Every time. I know I'm handcuffed here. I can't say a whole lot. I don't want to get suspended. But these games are serious. That's the thing. These games mean a lot. The game is over there, and all of a sudden it's not over. I'm not even talking about balls and strikes or anything else. It just blows my mind that in a big league baseball game that can actually happen.feedback

Apr 19 2017

What happens if that guy gets a hit and ties it up, and then we play all night? That affects the rest of the season. It just blows my mind, it really does. I can't really say what I want to say.feedback

Apr 18 2017

We just haven't been playing the best baseball as a group again today. Made a bad error. Bryce was there to bail us out. We need to clean it up, play a little bit better on the defensive side of the ball for sure.feedback

Apr 12 2017

When you come to a new team, it really helps to get off to a good start, like Adam has. If you don't, it creates pressure. We're still learning about [Eaton]. But I'll pay him one compliment already, and it's one I don't give very often – he's a baseball player. He has the right instincts. He knows the game.feedback

Apr 02 2017

But Charlie was a wonderful manager and great with people. That '08 team vindicated Charlie's whole [baseball] life. Dusty deserves it just like Charlie did. But a lot of things need to go right this year, just like they had to happen right for us in '08, for it to work out that way.feedback

Apr 02 2017

Get to the playoffs, no matter how. Then we get to go to the middle of the ring and take our swings.feedback

Apr 02 2017

I hope this is the team that does for Dusty what we did for Charlie Manuel in '08. Charlie had a tough life. Nothing was ever given to him. People dumped on him whenever anything went wrong because they didn't think he was 'smart enough.feedback

Apr 02 2017

We've got the 'good vibe' because he creates that chemistry on a team. You can't measure it, but every player knows it matters. It helps you be resilient [in a slump]. It helps win the winnable games. Plus a few that you should never win.feedback

Apr 02 2017

Dusty deserves to get the thing he wants the most. He's a good baseball man. But more important he's just a genuinely good person. It's hard to come across people like that. He's done everything right.feedback

Apr 02 2017

You just prayed that when you walked in there they wouldn't notice you.feedback

Apr 02 2017

But they just wouldn't let you sneak by. You'd have to stand there and wear it.feedback

Apr 02 2017

I don't think he has too many people that will give him a hard time. Look around – who's giving him a hard time?feedback

Apr 02 2017

You've got some young kid who comes in, and he's not saying anything or he's doing whatever he wants to do, or whatever. You want to see what these people are made of. At the end of the day, they might be standing there with the season on the line. If they're going to crack when kind of their family members are giving it to them, how are they going to act in that situation?feedback

Mar 28 2017

I don't really look much past myself. I'm not really concerned about what happens after I leave. For the most part, we have the same nucleus of people that we've had. We lost [Desmond], who was a big part, but then we got Murph. We lost [Danny Espinosa] this year, but Trea's stepped up. He's become one of the guys. Look at Trea. When he got here in September two years ago, he was a totally different person. This team has helped shape him.feedback

Mar 28 2017

My window is now. . . . I'm not discounting the fact that I could be back next year. That's not out of the realm of possibility. But I don't know how likely it is. In that regard, the window is definitely now.feedback

Mar 20 2017

I understand this [WBC] thing is a big deal. But we have two of our main guys playing in it – a starting pitcher and somebody who's going to hit third or fourth. One of them has six at-bats in two weeks. The other has pitched one inning and now starts a game.feedback

Mar 20 2017

I'm failing to see how this whole thing is worthwhile. I understand that it's 'something,' but . . . it hasn't done us any favors as a major-league team.feedback

Mar 17 2017

He'd scream, AAARGH!' kick his front foot in the air from the pain and fall down. But he toughed it out, found a way to play – every day, all year. I thought, Okay, I get it. This guy is what it's all about up here. Awesome. The last 10 years.feedback

Mar 15 2017

A manager has to make tough decisions in every lineup he writes. Until you're the guy who sits in the last seat on the end of the dugout, you don't know. He's got the most thankless job in baseball. People look at stats from the outside and just see numbers. They're not down in the dugout feeling how the game is actually played. Where people hit, who bats in front of them and behind them, influences what kind of pitches they get, the whole approach to attacking them.feedback

Mar 14 2017

Whatever, man, that position's for the birds anyway. You guys can have it.feedback

Mar 02 2017 - British Petroleum

Most years, things are moving really fast early on, so I just try to ease into it and work my way into playing, see pitches. I don't know, even from when we took live BP early in camp, things are moving slow. So when that's the case, you try to let everything be normal. It's a little odd, I guess, for this time of year for me. I can't explain it. It's just how it is. I have no answers for you one way or another. It feels good. Everything's been good as far as swinging goes. … Hopefully I can just hang on to whatever I've got going on right now.feedback

Mar 02 2017

It was like pure panic. I'm running down there, and all I can think of is, They're going to have to pinch-hit for me. And I'm not going to get to [expletive] play today. Dusty's going to be pissed. I'm all totally ready to play. I've done all my stuff. And I'm going to totally miss out. This is all going to be for nothing.' And then I got out there and I'm on deck. Whew! Made it! Grabbed all my stuff, put all my stuff on, walked on deck, and I'm like [heavy panting]. I was so out of breath.feedback

Oct 14 2016

You live and die by those moments sometimes. If (shortstop Corey) Seager doesn't make a good throw, the ball kicks away or something like that, I score. That was tough. It was a tough play.feedback

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