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 — set out to make an impression.
When the 4th inning race began, Teddy dashed out and hopped aboard a unicycle. Whether our #26 thought this would help him win the race is hard to say, but he gave it a valiant effort before falling quickly behind the other racing presidents.
Teddy gave up on the unicycle about half-way through the race, but it was far too late to catch up to Abe Lincoln, who has now won four of the last 5 races to take a commanding lead in the season standings.
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Great to see you guys tonight! The monkey is now insisting that we buy him Let Teddy Win stuff, so expect an order on your site soon!
Abe is on the juice! But what was Teddy thinking with that unicycle?!
THIS IS SO GRREEAATTTT, AND WHAT A JOY IT BRINGS TO THE FACES OF OUR CHILDREN, MY HAT IS OFF THE BIG CHILDREN THAT MAKE IT HAPPEN