Jayson Werth Trolls You Hard, Philadelphia

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Perhaps lost in the euphoria that was the Flyers ruining the nights of unemployed steel workers and ketchup packet sealers were Jayson Werth’s comments to Bob Brookover of Philly.com. Responding to a question about Jimmy Rollins saying the Phillies would have won the division last year if they were healthy, Werth:

"I would never find Jimmy Rollins disrespectful. I respect him too much. But if we were healthy all year, we might have won 120 games. But we'll have a chance to find out this year." 

 

And here they only fell 22 games short of that mark.

Mind you, 120 wins would have been four games over the Major League record for wins in a season, 116, held jointly by the 1906 Cubs and 2001 Mariners. No doubt JW is trolling, trying to poke a fan base that needs no poking, but he will, of course, be the first person to get all butthurt the first time he hears a few boos in right field at his own stadium.

Perhaps Werth would have been on to something had he said: We would have won 120 games if we were healthy and our manager and GM weren’t COMPLETE IDIOTS that shut down our best pitcher. We may have won the World Series, too. Insead, sad face:


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17 Comments

  1. Dis fuckin guy

  2. has werth replaced carter as the love obsession of this blogger?

  3. Self-absorbed, douchy, ill-groomed, whining, onanistic tool.

  4. He’s a dick bag, but he’s right. Well, not 120 games right, but the Nats had a good number of injuries….guys just stepped up on that team. Frankly, I thought the Phillies just sulked until Utley & Howard came back.

  5. Ol’ Werthless isn’t trolling me at all since he’s openly delusional with his insane talk of the gNats winning 120 games if they had been healthy last season. Clearly, he needs to pee in a cup because he’s on some seriously powerful narcotic.

  6. Maybe they just need some Chunky Soup

  7. Idiot, and goofy. Thats all I got to say.

  8. nats faggot ass cricket suit wearin ass mo fucker. GET EM!
    tom hanks look a like ass mo fucker.
    GET EM!
    faggot beard wearin ass mo fucker.
    GET EM!
    hobo lookin bum wearin piece of shit ass mo fucker.
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  9. i will concede that werth played a valuable role in much of the phillies successes during the 2007-2010 seasons. however, despite such a contribution, i never liked him. even while he was a phillie, he seemed like an arrogant prick.

  10. Who gives a fuck what that Geico cave actor says anyway? He’s an asshole.

  11. I really didn’t find that offensive, and for the usual assinine shit he says I thought it was respectful.

  12. I hate Jayson Werth, but it was actually Brookover who trolled him. Phillies reporter goes to Nats camp, asks about a Phillies player’s comment, Werth responds. That’s not trolling. There are a lot better things for which to hate Werth.

  13. That fucking beard is out of control.

  14. You just can’t ween yourself off of Werth’s cock can you?
    Let it go. Jimmy (jog to first) Rollins talks shit and that’s fine. Werth talks and you climb up his ass.
    Get over it you fucking child.

  15. Heavy TC Beasley

    February 21, 2013 at 5:28 pm

    POS Rube should have signed werth instead of lee.

  16. Ah, Almost Baseball season. Time for Kyle to turn this shitty ass site into a Nats blog again. Hey Kyle, remember when you would mock the Nats for being obsessed with the Phillies? Well look at what you have become. You must hate yourself.

  17. remember when bloggers used trolling to describe an actually witty way someone rustled someone else’s jimmies, and not when some overpaid athlete says some pointless shit?
    pepperidge farms remembers

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