May 3, 2011, 6:31 PM EDT
So while Jayson Werth is in town for the week, I just wanted to get away from the talk about whether or not he should or shouldn’t be booed, whether he should or shouldn’t have left, etc., and just focus on what you’ll always remember about Werth.
Do you think he’ll he be a ballplayer you’ll never forget?
What on-the-field moment stands out most?
Hell I guess we can’t completely skip over his current situation when thinking about how he’ll be remembered… Will his lasting legacy be that he left town, or that he was here when the parade went down Broad Street?
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