December 14, 2010 by USA Post
Philadelphia Phillies, Everyone was amazed at the Washington Nationals win Jayson Werth on the open market of the unimaginable amount of $ 126 million. The right fielder has spent four seasons in Philadelphia and was strong throughout the city renowned for its hard-hitting antics with the bat.
Now with the Nationals, it seems that the Phillies will be painful for the support. The short side has come to the signing Werth on a long term contract. The misfortune of having to lose a key player Jayson Werth made many think there will be a hole in the position Phillies right fielder, and he will not be supplemented by a star other Werth ball size for very long.
Director General of the Phillies Ruben Amaro Jr. was available Sunday to comment on the case and he was surprised by it. He said, “We felt that we offered him a big contract so that we had the chance to bring him back. But clearly, at the end of the day he was trying to get the best contract he could and I think he did. ”
Werth has Phillies talked to, saying he had given them enough time to consider an offer but they were unable to reach the top mark of his interest. This was one of the reasons behind Scott Boras was hired.
Amaro expressed that he feels no pressure to sign a new player to the vacant so soon.
He said, “We could have our bat right on our club right now. I said a few times already, but we could have our right fielder in our organization. We still have to evaluate this issue and see if that’s the route we want to go. Frankly, I’m going to go there and find someone I think is worth making a move based on what we feel about Ben Francisco and possibly Dom Brown. We have not yet made a final decision on which our right fielder will be. But, obviously, when there’s a guy in the mix, we must define how we want go “.
The Phillies will probably not be able to have the same force as they did on the side of right field. Werth has left a gaping hole in the side and I’ll let you guess how the Phillies have hit back in the coming season.
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