Jayson Werth With Really Good Seats

Kyle Scott —  June 10, 2010 — 9 Comments


(Source: Philly.com, Steven Falk)

Jayson Werth (along with Ryan Madson) was at last night's Flyers game, and with really good seats.

Our contact with the Flyers said that after the game was rained out, many Phillies were calling over for tickets.  According to Dan Gross (@phillygossip) Shane Victorino, Jimmy Rollins, and Ben Francisco were also at the game- presumably making up the largest continuous string of non-white folks at a game in Stanley Cup history. 

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9 responses to Jayson Werth With Really Good Seats

  1. Well, it’s a good thing when professional sports players support each other, no? It’s funny how sometimes things just work out and opportunites open up themselves to you which was the case in this situation being that the Phils game was rained out. Jayson sure is a tall drink of water, isn’t he?

  2. Amen to that last sentence Barb…he SURE IS ! Now I wish I was at the game !!! I wonder who got bumped for the boys of summer to get seats to the Flyers game? Jayson if you read this…You are the best ! Please stay in Philly !!!

  3. Maybe the Flyers can teach the Phillies a thing or two about hitting…

  4. I would have loved to sit in between those 2. or just next to Jason…don’t want to be greedy ;)

  5. Could you imagine being the lucky people that were next to them? Like “Oh, wonder who’s gunna sit here..” But I wonder if he had that shirt ready and waiting? It’s a jersey too — not the free one like Madson.

  6. Can’t tell who’s on the shirt, but I hope to God it’s a Leino shirt… I hope he also realizes that Leino is his doppelganger.

  7. I would like to thank you for sharing your thoughts, information is the most beautiful treasures!

  8. Your English is damn good!

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