Searching for Jayson Werth’s Weaknesses
Oh, but Werth gets scarier. He compiled a .319 wOBA in two-strike counts during the 2010 season. The average hitter posted a .247 wOBA. Even when the pitcher is fortunate enough to get ahead of Werth, he still has a veritable mountain to climb before he can claim success. Bad news for pitchers everywhere, but especially for those wearing Phillies red.
The Nationals may have overcommitted and overpaid Werth, but they did sign one heck of a hitter.