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Jayson Werth day-to-day after getting hit in elbow


(Matt Slocum/Associated Press)

“It kind of hit right in the wrong spot, or the right spot, however you want to say it,” Werth said. “It’s swollen, but that’s the price you pay. It was just one of those that kind of burned right away. Give it some time, and it’ll be alright.”

Rick Ankiel replaced Werth in center field for the final three innings. Werth went 1 for 4 with a double. In center field, he made a catch while running backward on what Manager Davey Johnson called the only hard-hit ball Ross Detwiler allowed in 7 1 / 3 shutout innings.

Adam Kilgore covers national sports for the Washington Post. Previously he served as the Post's Washington Nationals beat writer from 2010 to 2014.
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