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Werth (shoulder) will be re-evaluated on Friday to determine whether he can ramp up his rehab, the Washington Post reports. "Once you hit eight weeks [post-surgery], you can start to evaluate. Can we start throwing? Can we start hitting?" Werth said on Tuesday. "Everybody is different. It's getting a lot better."
Werth was restricted to conditioning drills on Thursday, but says he's anticipating being able to ramp up his rehab from shoulder surgery late next week, the Washington Post reports. "You got to err on the side of caution," Werth said. "You come back too early and then you have a setback or something like that so it's a fine line. But our trainers and doctors are on top of it. I feel like I have a good sense of where I'm at and where I want to be so it's just a time thing."
Nationals GM Mike Rizzo said Saturday that expects Werth (shoulder) to be available when the regular season begins, the Washington Post reports.
Werth (shoulder) will serve five days in jail after pleading guilty to a reckless driving charge Thursday, CSN Washington reports.
Friday's surgery on the AC joint in Werth's shoulder was successful and revealed no complications, and the Nationals' outfielder anticipates that he'll have minimal rehab time, the Washington Post reports.
Werth will undergo arthroscopic surgery Friday to repair an AC joint in his right shoulder, CSN's Mark Zuckerman reports.
Werth will move to left field in 2015 with Bryce Harper moving to right, William Ladson of MLB.com reports.
Werth was convicted of reckless driving and sentenced to 10 days in jail for driving over 100 miles per hour on the Capital Beltway, the Associated Press reports.
Werth went 3-for-4 with two runs scored and one RBI in the Nationals' loss to Miami in the second game of Friday's doubleheader.
Werth is out of the lineup for Game 1 of Thursday's doubleheader with the Mets, Adam Kilgore of the Washington Post reports.
Werth is dealing with the flu and it will hold him out Friday, James Wagner of the Washington Post reports.