Video: Teddy, Taft get revenge, Taft sits on George Washington

Nationals racing presidents Teddy tackles George WashingtonNationals Racing President William Howard Taft Sits on George WashingtonA day after George Washington bowled over his competition, Teddy Roosevelt and William Howard Taft sought presidents race revenge, each in his own unique way.

On Saturday afternoon at Nationals Park, George Washington continued an early season trend, once again taking a lead in the fourth inning race; but Teddy Roosevelt gained ground on him from behind and slammed the founding father into the outfield wall.

With Washington lying on the warning track, William Howard Taft, who didn’t even start the race, emerged from the bullpen and sat his infamously large posterior on the father of our country, keeping him in place until Thomas Jefferson made it to the finish line.

video courtesy of YouTube member lfahome

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