LF,RF - FA - RET
Jayson Werth went 0-for-4 with a strikeout on Tuesday as the Nationals beat the Marlins 2-1.
Werth is just 3-for-26 since returning from the disabled list at the end of August. He doesn't need to be owned or started in fantasy leagues as the playoffs approach.
Jayson Werth went 2-for-4 with a two-run homer on Monday night as the Nationals defeated the Marlins 11-2.
This marked Werth's first game action since the beginning of June. For the season the 38-year-old is now hitting .267 with a .835 OPS in the powerful Washington offense. Fantasy players looking for some instant offense could do worse.
Jayson Werth has been activated from the 60 day disabled list and is playing RF for the Nationals Monday, batting seventh.
Werth has not played since June 3rd with a toe injury, but the Nationals are certainly happy to have him back given the plethora of injuries they've suffered throughout the season. Werth could be a sneaky add in deep leagues or NL-only leagues down the stretch.
Jayson Werth will begin a rehab assignment on Monday. He's been sidelined since the beginning of June with a foot injury.
Werth will likely have more value for the Nationals than fantasy owners upon return, but the veteran was useful at the plate prior to his injury. He posted an OPS of .814 to go with eight homers and four stolen bases in 47 games.
Jayson Werth continues to experience pain in his foot when he runs, and he's been backed off his rehab program as a result.
Werth has been sidelined since early June, and there's no return in sight for the veteran slugger. He was off to a nice start to the season, but it's not clear if he'll return in time to help fantasy owners down the stretch.