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Jayson Werth Pleads Guilty To Reckless Driving, Will Serve Jail Time

On Thursday, Washington Nationals’ superstar Jayson Werth pleaded guilty to reckless driving, resulting in jail time. BREAKING: Nats’ Jayson Werth to serve 5 days in jail after pleading guilty to recklessly driving Porsche on 495. pic.twitter.com/2R2f2eV25X — justin jouvenal (@jjouvenal) January 29, 2015 After driving 105 MPH in Fairfax County, Virginia in July, Werth was...
Via Baseball Essential
18 hours ago  |  Discuss

Werth to Serve Five Days in Jail

Former Phillies outfielder Jayson Werth will serve five days in jail after pleading guilty to a reckless driving charge that occurred last July. Werth admitted to prosecutors that he was driving his Porsche over 100 mph on an on-ramp to I-495 from Route 193 in FairfaxCounty, Virginia. The speed limit for that stretch is 55 mph. Along with the jail sentence, Werth’s Virginia driver’s...
Via Phillies Nation
20 hours ago  |  Discuss

Jayson Werth to serve five days in jail for reckless driving

Washington Nationals outfielder Jayson Werth pleaded guilty to reckless driving on Thursday and will now serve five days in jail. That’s better than the 10-day sentence Werth was initially given over a month ago, but some are shocked that Werth will actually have to spend time behind bars for admitting to driving his Porsche over...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
20 hours ago  |  Discuss

Jayson Werth to Serve Five Days in Jail After Pleading Guilty Reckless Driving

Keith Allison – Flickr Washington Nationals outfielder Jayson Werth will serve five days in a Virginia jail. BREAKING: Nats' Jayson Werth to serve 5 days in jail after pleading guilty to recklessly driving Porsche on 495. pic.twitter.com/2R2f2eV25X — justin jouvenal (@jjouvenal) January 29, 2015 Werth was pulled over for driving his Porsche over 100 mph on the Capital Beltway...
Via KCM Sports
20 hours ago  |  Discuss

Jayson Werth will actually serve jail time for his reckless driving charge

A few months ago, Washington Nationals outfielder Jayson Werth was charged with reckless driving in Virginia. In December, he was sentenced to ten days in jail. Many scoffed at the possibility of a high profile person like Werth actually spending time in jail, but according to Justin Jouvenal of the Washington Post, it looks like Werth *will* be heading to jail. BREAKING: Nats...
Via The Outside Corner
22 hours ago  |  Discuss

Nationals’ Jayson Werth sentenced to five days in jail

BREAKING: Nats' Jayson Werth to serve 5 days in jail after pleading guilty to recklessly driving Porsche on 495. pic.twitter.com/2R2f2eV25X — justin jouvenal (@jjouvenal) January 29, 2015
Via Macho Row
22 hours ago  |  Discuss

Washington Nationals: Injury updates and what it means for 2015

Ryan Zimmerman During the 2014 season we saw a few of the big players for the Washington Nationals sit out due to injuries. Bryce Harper, Ryan Zimmerman and Jayson Werth are the main concerns for the Nationals, who would take a big hit if any of these players are not 100 percent for the start of the 2015 season. Ryan Zimmerman was the main concern last year, with his hamstring injury...
Via isportsweb.com
13 days ago  |  Discuss

Jayson Werth sentenced to jail time for excessive speeding

Jayson Werth’s lead foot has earned him a jail sentence. The Washington Nationals outfielder was sentenced to 10 days in jail for after being found guilty of reckless driving. Werth was pulled over in Virginia by police and clocked for going 50 mph over the speed limit. NBC Washington reported Werth also lost his drivers’ license as part of the sentencing. Virginia is notoriously...
Via NESN.com
December 05, 2014  |  Discuss

Jayson Werth kicked out of Nats' fantasy football league

It turns out that Jayson Werth was that guy in the Washington Nationals’ fantasy football league. The outfielder is in the fourth year of a seven-year, $126 million contract with the Nats, but that didn’t stop him from being so late with his league payment that his teammates decided it would be best to kick him out. “We kicked Jayson Werth out of the league this year,” reliever...
Via NESN.com
September 12, 2014  |  Discuss

WATCH: Jayson Werth avoids tag with incredible slide

Various MLB players are adept at evading would-be tags to get on base, but Nationals OF Jayson Werth took it to another level in Wednesday's game against the Astros. In the third inning, he attempted to steal second base but would have been out by a considerable margin. So, as he drew close to the bag, he pulled up and perfectly executed an awesome stop-slide to dodge a tag from...
Via The Sports Daily
June 18, 2014  |  Discuss
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