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Jayson Werth doesn't hit it out of the park, but homer is big against Dodgers

The Dodgers traded for Jayson Werth one week before opening day in 2004. When he arrived at Dodger Stadium for the first time as a 24-year-old rookie, he decided he would make it his goal to one day hit a baseball out of this ballpark. In Monday’s early evening, he nearly did. Now the Nationals’...
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