When Jayson Werth arrives to Spring Training in February and his teammates ask what he did during the off season, one of his responses will be the story of he winded up in jail for at least five days.

According to CSNPhilly.com, the Washington Nationals outfielder will spend time in jail after he was convicted of driving 105 MPH in a 55 MPH zone on Route 193 in Fairfax County the night of July 6th. Werth would only have to spend five of the 10 sentenced days in prison and is currently being booked and processed. Werth and his lawyer plan to appeal the conviction.

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