The racing presidents pulled out all the stops for the standing room only crowd of 41,985 tonight at Nationals Park, completing the homestand against the Boston Red Sox with a multi-vehicle presidents race relay. Abe Lincoln and George Washington competed in the first leg, riding Segway personal transporters along the left field warning track toward … Continue reading Racing presidents run relay on segways & bicycle taxis
Perhaps Teddy knew better than to take the field with the Boston Red Sox. The Nats set another attendance record Wednesday night as the visiting Red Sox helped draw a record crowd to Nationals Park for the second night in a row. Boston took the lead for good in the 4th inning, just before George … Continue reading Teddy throws tea party, Abe’s feet are on fire
The largest crowd in Nationals Park history was on hand Tuesday night for the opener of the Washington Nationals first home series against the Boston Red Sox. The variety of Red Sox paraphernalia on display suggested that many were going to see their first Washington Nationals presidents race, and Teddy Roosevelt — always the showman … Continue reading Teddy races on a unicycle, loses lead quickly
The Teddy Roosevelt fans were out in force this afternoon as the Washington Nationals hosted the Toronto Blue Jays for the final match of their 3-game interleague series. After last night’s race, in which George Washington was ejected for arguing with the umpires, George was forced to serve the first-ever 1-game suspension in the history … Continue reading George serves suspension, Teddy fails to capitalize
Tonight was blogger night at Nationals Park, in which several Washington Nationals bloggers were invited to meet with Nats players and executives, visit the field for batting practice, then report on tonight’s game vs. the Toronto Blue Jays from the Nationals Park press box. Racing president Teddy Roosevelt joined Stan Kasten for a lively Q&A … Continue reading George Washington ejected for arguing with umpires
The blog’s been quiet with both the team and me out of town for the last week, but the week ahead should be packed with action as the Nationals return home to continue their interleague series against the American League East. Tonight, with the Blue Jays arriving at Nationals Park, the team will officially unveil … Continue reading Teddy’s BBQ opens tonight at Nationals Park
A day after picking closer Drew Storen in the first round of the draft, the Washington Nationals signed the #10 overall pick to his first contract and introduced him to the fans at Nationals Park. In a young season that has already had more than its fair share of screw-ups, the quick signing and introduction … Continue reading Teddy please don’t curse Drew Storen!