Former Nationals outfielder and fan favorite Jayson Werth was honored Saturday night in between the team's doubleheader with the Chicago Cubs.
The 39-year-old, who played for seven seasons in the District, was inducted into the esteemed Ring of Honor inside Nationals Park.
During the presentation hosted by MASN's Dan Kolko, the organization honored Werth by playing a video tribute of his top moments on the field.
Included in the video was a highlight of what is arguably the greatest moment in Nationals franchise history: Werth's 2012 Game 4 walk-off home run in the NLDS that beat the St. Louis Cardinals.
Following a brief speech from general manager Mike Rizzo, a tribute video played with former teammates of Werth's sharing a few words.
Then, in typical Jayson Werth fashion, he took the podium to share his own words with the fans.
After shouting out former manager Dusty Baker, the late Roy Halladay, Cole Hamels, Bryce Harper and a number of others, his drop-the-mic moment went something like this: "In the words of my good friend, Max Scherzer: See you on the other side."
To wrap things up, Werth threw the ceremonial first pitch to his son, Jackson Werth.
The Springfield, Ill. native was selected by the Baltimore Orioles as a first-round draft pick in 1997. Before being shipped to Toronto, Werth played in the minors for Bowie and Frederick. Prior to his time in D.C., he played two seasons in Toronto and Los Angeles, and four in Philadelphia.
He signed a multi-year deal with the Nationals in 2011 and went on to help the club win four division titles over seven seasons (2012, 2014, 2016 & 2017). In 808 games, Werth tallied 781 hits, 109 home runs and 393 RBIs.
Werth won the 2008 World Series with the Philadelphia Phillies defeating the Tampa Bay Rays four games to one.
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