Nationals' Jayson Werth wraps up jail sentence

Baseball Nationals outfielder Jayson Werth completed his five-day jail sentence in Fairfax County, Va., on Sunday.According t

o The Washington Times, Werth was allowed to serve his sentence on weekends in order to rehabilitate his right shoulder during the week. Werth was originally sentenced in December to 10 days in jail for driving his Porsche 105 mph on I-495 in Fairfax County last July, but the sentence was cut in half. The 35-year-old did not begin the jail time until Jan. 30. Werth, who has a .276 career batting average and 186 home runs over 12 years, had surgery last month to repair a torn AC joint in his right shoulder. That procedure was expected to keep him out up to three months. Since becoming an everyday starter with the Phillies in 2008, Werth has just once missed more than 33 games — in 2012 when he played in 81 games in his second season with the Nationals. Werth batted .292/.394/.455 with 16 homers and 82 RBIs last year in 147 games.