Werth's expectations for his season
Craig Heist, WTOP
Craig Heist, wtop.com
VIERA-Fla. - Jayson Werth enters his second season with the Nationals looking to rebound from a disappointing 2011 season in which he hit .232, with 20 homers and 58 RBI.
Werth was signed as a free agent on December 5, 2010 to a seven-year, $126-million dollar contract.
This week I sat down with the Nationals outfielder and talked to him about last year and what he needs to do to rebound and about the 2012 Nationals team and what the expectations are heading into this upcoming season.
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