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Jayson Werth Suggests Changes Are In Store, But Won't Specify Them

The Washington Nationals dropped their fifth straight game and seventh of their last eight on Wednesday afternoon, falling 6-4 to the Milwaukee Brewers. Afterwards, Jayson Werth, the $126 million man who is used to winning or competing for World Series crowns, had a thinly-veiled message to his team. Via Ben Goessling of MASNSports.com.

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↵↵"I've got some ideas, obviously, and some thoughts, none I really want to share with the world," Werth said. "But I think it's pretty obvious what's going on right here. ... I'm not going to get into it right now. It is what it is. It's unfortunate. We're a way better ballclub."    

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Awww, c'mon Jayson. Can't spill the beans? With how badly the Nationals are struggling anyway, does it really matter if you hurt anyone's feelings? WE WANT DRAMA!

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In all seriousness, unless Werth has a magical plan to turn Michael Morse, Laynce Nix (who is actually playing well) and Jerry Hairston into functional Major League hitters, I'm not sure what he can do.