Equilibrium at Nationals Park

Could it be that we are seeing a state of order and balance established at Nationals Park? Time will tell, but the signs this week are very strong.

The first month at DC’s newest monument was certainly tumultuous. The spectacular collapses, jinxed batters, and injuries on the field were nothing next to the presidential booing, papal blessings, and cavemen and gorillas in the stands. Teddy Roosevelt showed his chops as an athlete, taking big leads in the presidents race only to be tackled by a panther and tripped by a giant banana.

Now out of nowhere the Nationals are stringing together wins and Shawn Hill is pitching like a staff ace. Even the scoreboard has started showing the correct information; but unfortunately, the surest sign that things are returning to normal is that Teddy is once again trailing the other racing presidents from wire to wire:

It’s hard to say which is more heartbreaking…

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  1. I think Teddy must’ve been pushed to the back of the pack before they started. I’m encouraged by the way he ran though. Look at that stride! Not the little pitty-patty steps teddy usually uses when running. It’s time for teddy to ‘man up’ and push through to win. His time is coming, The Nats are turning a corner and beginning to believe in themselves. I think both will win in the end.

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