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    Nationals Sign Jayson Werth

    7 year / 126 million
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    Re: Nationals Sign Jason Werth

    Quote Originally Posted by RedLegSuperStar View Post
    7 year / 126 million
    Wow---$18 million a season for a soon to be 32 year old outfielder. Werth is a good player but he is not werth that much.
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    Re: Nationals Sign Jason Werth

    Carl Crawford is smiling from ear to ear right now.
    I miss Adam Dunn.

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    Re: Nationals Sign Jason Werth

    Are you freaking kidding me??!?!?

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    Re: Nationals Sign Jason Werth

    crazycrazycrazy.com

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    Re: Nationals Sign Jason Werth

    Werth has played 8 years and had 2 good seasons, he'll soon be 32 years old.

    Too steep of a price tag if you ask me.

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    Re: Nationals Sign Jason Werth

    Second and third tier teams often have to overbid for guys like Werth in order to get them to sign.
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    Re: Nationals Sign Jason Werth

    Quote Originally Posted by KoryMac5 View Post
    Second and third tier teams often have to overbid for guys like Werth in order to get them to sign.
    Yes, and then Scott Boras compares his guy and demands Jason Werth money.

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    Re: Nationals Sign Jason Werth

    The Nationals would have been better off keeping Adam Dunn IMHO.

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    Re: Nationals Sign Jason Werth

    Quote Originally Posted by Ron Madden View Post
    The Nationals would have been better off keeping Adam Dunn IMHO.
    Exactly...what are they thinking? I know Werth is an above average defensive outfielder but offensively he seems very streaky and I'd rather have dunn's numbers anyway. Either way I'm glad he didn't go the cliche'd way and sign with the Yanks or Sox.

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    Re: Nationals Sign Jason Werth

    Quote Originally Posted by GADawg View Post
    Exactly...what are they thinking? I know Werth is an above average defensive outfielder but offensively he seems very streaky and I'd rather have dunn's numbers anyway. Either way I'm glad he didn't go the cliche'd way and sign with the Yanks or Sox.
    Werth has averaged 5 wins above replacement each of the past 3 years. Dunn was a 1.5 win player as an outfielder and 3.9 last year as a 1B. Either way you slice it, Werth has been much more valuable as a player than Dunn. He's worth the money, right now, they're paying relative to Dunn.

    I don't think this is a good contract, mind you. I think they'll get 3-4 good years out of him at most. But right now, they're better with Werth than they were with Dunn.
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    Re: Nationals Sign Jason Werth

    Quote Originally Posted by Ron Madden View Post
    The Nationals would have been better off keeping Adam Dunn IMHO.
    Way better off. The Nats just took one step forward and 5 steps back.

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    Re: Nationals Sign Jason Werth

    I cant decide whats more surprising. The years, the money, or the team that signed him.

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    Re: Nationals Sign Jason Werth

    Werth just signed for slightly more than Matt Holliday signed for last year. This is the reason why players want Scott Boras to be their agent.

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    Re: Nationals Sign Jason Werth

    Scott Boras isn't the problem. GMs that cave to Scott Boras are the problem.
    What if this wasn't a rhetorical question?

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