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Your daily injury report, in which the Nationals slugger takes steps, and they do not hurt.

Werth has swung a fungo bat this week in his recovery from a fractured wrist.

Werth is able to swing a fungo bat as he works his way back from a wrist injury and remains on target for a potential return in August. Plus updates on Aaron Barrett, Anthony Rendon and Ryan Zimmerman.

And updates on Jayson Werth and Tanner Roark.

As the Nationals completed the first third of their season, a look at how this team ranks compared to those of the past three years at this point in the season.

"I’ve been assured that when it stops hurting I’ll be good to go," he said. "I’ll let pain be my guide."

Matt Williams and Mike Rizzo on the loss of Werth, and what they will do to fill in for him.

The left fielder is expected to be out until August until his wrist heals.

The Nationals left fielder will visit the doctor who has treated his wrist injuries throughout his career.

The Nationals left fielder is back with the team, but still not ready to swing a bat.

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