Teddy’s sicks his pet moose “Bullee” on the competition, punches Mr. Met

Washington Nationals racing president Teddy Roosevelt punches Mr MetTeddy Roosevelt punches Mets mascot Mr Met

Teddy Roosevelt punches Mr Met after finishing second in Friday night’s presidents race

Nationals racing president Abraham Lincoln has been on a tear recently, riding a four game winning streak into Friday night’s presidents race at Nationals Park. But Teddy Roosevelt brought a new character onto the field to disrupt Abe’s rhythm.

As the fourth inning race began, Roosevelt was in front of the bullpen with a new character, “his pet moose, ‘Bullee,’” playing catching with a small stuffed Mr. Met mascot. As the field approached, Bullee turned and attacked the oncoming racers, leaving only Thomas Jefferson standing.

“I guess Lewis and Clark showed him how to avoid moose,” said P.A. announcer Jerome Hruska. Teddy only finished second, taking his frustrations out on Mr. Met.

Video courtesy of YouTube member lfahome

Video: Shark Week Teddy runs away from Sharky

The Nats Shark Week homestand continued Saturday night with the racing presidents trotting out another shark-themed twist for the fourth inning race.

Teddy Roosevelt held a big lead until Presidents Race newcomer “Sharky” showed up, startling the Rough Rider and causing him to reverse direction and flee in retreat.

Abe Lincoln took the win to maintain a narrow lead over Thomas Jefferson in the season standings.

Video courtesy of YouTube member lfahome

Abe Lincoln dons Batman costume to take down the Sharknado

The Shark Week absurdities reached new heights Friday night at Nationals Park, as the Sharknado returned to wreak its own brand of havoc on the Washington Nationals presidents race.

Racing presidents batman vs SharknadoSharknado popped out of the home bullpen and took out front-running William Howard Taft, then spun its way along the warning track toward the rest of the oncoming presidents.

But Abe Lincoln raced from behind dressed in a Batman costume, and the Caped Emancipator collided with Sharknado, clearing the way for Thomas Jefferson to take the victory.

Video: “Sharky” takes out George’s competition as shark week continues at Nationals Park

Shark Week at Nationals Park SharkyShark Week continued Tuesday night at Nationals Park as George Washington stole another presidents race victory, appearing from the bullpen with a short “shark,” who proceeded to take out all of Washington’s competition.

“He’s given up his hunting hound for his pet shark, Sharky,” intoned Nationals Park P.A. announcer Jerome Hruska. As his pet mowed down the competition, George turned and crossed the finish line unopposed.

Video courtesy of YouTube member lfahome

Teddy kicks off Shark Week with attack on Taft

Racing Presidents Shark Week at Nationals ParkTeddy Roosevelt kicked off Shark Week by donning a shark mask for Monday night’s presidents race at Nationals Park.

The Rough Rider raced furiously from behind, slowly catching up to front runner William Howard Taft and attacking from behind.

It was the first time Teddy has donned the makeshift shark teeth since Shark Week 2011.

Video courtesy of YouTube member lfahome

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