The folks at DC Sports Bog transcribed:
Bob Carpenter: And this all goes back to the ignorant people – and it doesn’t take many, it’s not all Philly fans obviously – but there were some really AWFUL people who cheered when he left this field with a broken wrist back in May. Inexcusable. Pardon me, that was in D.C., but Philly fans that were in our ballpark were the ones cheering. And we know that not all Philly fans are like that, but I think that really got to Jayson.
F.P. Santangelo: They’re not?
Santangelo: I said, they’re not?
Carpenter: I don’t think all of them are.
Santangelo: Well, there’s one or two that aren’t.
Carpenter: I think they’ve got some good fans here.
Carpenter: Or somewhere.
I’d now refer them to this post, written the day after baby Jayson broke his wrist again:
Werth did that half slide-catch thing he does so well.
The ball got loose.
We cheered. Quite lustfully, actually. Werth had botched the play.
A few hundred Phillies fans, most of whom had been tailgating for three hours, cheered the outfielder’s misfortune… and the hit for the home(?) team. It was only then that we realized Werth had more than dropped the ball.
He was hurt.
Most got quiet. Many of us turned over our shoulders to find the TV monitor so we could see what had happened. Werth quickly – impressively – regrouped and walked off the field.
Anyway, it seems the latest round of Werth hate stems from that night. It’s the incident that put Jayson over the edge, making him think all Philadelphia fans are a bunch of snarling idiots. Some of us are. Most aren’t. But that’s besides the point. Who the hell are Bob Carpenter and F.P. Santangelo to really matter? All this nonsense from Nats people about how bad Philly fans are… yet they can’t even fill their stadium on the night the clinch their first playoff berth. I guess maybe if they had a few more fans, they’d have some bad apples too.