In spite of his troubles, Jayson Werth says he has no regrets over the seven-year commitment he made to the Nationals in December.
Jayson Werth, the man who left Philly for the $126 million payday in D.C., returned to the City of Brotherly Love to, well, very little love.
The Nationals kept courting free agents, and kept finishing second. So this time they did everything they needed to get Jayson Werth, and that meant handing out a shocking $126 million over seven years.
In his second season as a full-time starter, Jayson Werth is having a career year and has given the Phillies' lineup a huge lift.