Half-price Coupon Code “for Teddy’s Fans” to see Stephen Strasburg Debut. GOING FAST.

The Washington Nationals announced this evening that 2009 #1 draft pick Stephen Strasburg will make his highly-anticipated major league debut on June 8th at Nationals Park. The team had just released a coupon code “for Teddy’s fans” to use during that week’s series vs. the Pittsburgh Pirates. This evening, some tickets are still available at … Continue reading Half-price Coupon Code “for Teddy’s Fans” to see Stephen Strasburg Debut. GOING FAST.

Inspired by Nyjer Morgan, Abe throws a fit of his own

The crowd at Nationals Park wasn’t paying too much attention during Saturday’s presidents race at Nationals Park. The race began just moments after Nats centerfielder Nyjer Morgan singlehandedly allowed an inside-the-park home run by throwing a fit instead of chasing after a ball he should have caught to end the Orioles 4th inning. One pitch … Continue reading Inspired by Nyjer Morgan, Abe throws a fit of his own

Orioles Bird disrupts presidents race, misses Jefferson

The annual “Battle of the Beltways” between the Washington Nationals and Baltimore Orioles kicked off Friday afternoon as Nationals mascot Screech took on the creatively-named Orioles mascot “The Bird” in a series of challenges including arm wrestling and free-throw shooting at DC’s ESPN Zone. The last time we saw The Bird at Nationals Park, the … Continue reading Orioles Bird disrupts presidents race, misses Jefferson

Uniform change no help for Nationals or Teddy

The Nationals toyed with the forces of mojo Thursday night at Nationals Park, trotting out their rarely-used red, white, and blue alternate jerseys for the players, and letting the racing presidents don their traditional period uniforms for the first time this season. It didn’t work. The Nats’ normally solid defense fell apart early, committing 3 … Continue reading Uniform change no help for Nationals or Teddy

Presidents to race during Stephen Strasburg’s start in Syracuse Wednesday night

The Washington Nationals’ racing presidents will take their show on the road Wednesday for Stephen Strasburg’s second start with the AAA Syracuse Chiefs. George, Tom, Abe, and Teddy will greet fans at the main gates of Alliance Bank Stadium, then run a presidents race following the 5th inning of the game vs. Norfolk. Nationals Mascot … Continue reading Presidents to race during Stephen Strasburg’s start in Syracuse Wednesday night

Nationals racing presidents have a message for moms

On a beautiful Mothers Day afternoon, the Washington Nationals pulled off another nail biter at Nationals Park, completing another winning homestand and taking the series from the Florida Marlins, three games to two. Moms were honored both before and throughout the game, and the 4th-inning presidents race was no exception. Nats mascot and presidents race … Continue reading Nationals racing presidents have a message for moms

Pups in the Park can’t stop Abe Lincoln

It was a beautiful dog day afternoon at Nationals Park as four-legged Nationals fans filled the Left Field Mezzanine seats for Saturday’s sold-out Pups in the Park promotion. Dogs were everywhere — streaming through the centerfield gates, running around the field before the first inning, and featured during all of the Nationals’ usual between-inning entertainment … Continue reading Pups in the Park can’t stop Abe Lincoln

Tom shoves Teddy to the ground as George takes over 1st

With first place in the standings up for grabs, George Washington left no opportunity for monkey business, breaking away from the pack early and leading wire to wire, but that didn’t prevent Thomas Jefferson from shoving Teddy Roosevelt to the turf as they approached the outfield corner. What Tom has against Teddy, we don’t know. … Continue reading Tom shoves Teddy to the ground as George takes over 1st

DeAngelo Hall offers to trade places with Teddy Roosevelt

Washington Redskins cornerback DeAngelo Hall was on hand at Nationals Park to throw out the first pitch for Thursday night’s game vs. the Atlanta Braves. During the game, Hall was interviewed by Nationals Park in-game host Clint Khoury. The speedy Hall had no advice for Teddy Roosevelt, but offered to trade places and run for … Continue reading DeAngelo Hall offers to trade places with Teddy Roosevelt

Jefferson drinks a Red Bull mid-race, sprints ahead to victory

Thomas Jefferson did his best Abe Lincoln impression tonight at Nationals Park, sprinting out ahead of the other presidents for an early lead. Lacking Abe’s stamina, Tom paused to catch his breath, but fortunately he had can of Red Bull handy, drank it down, and then sprinted past his opponents again to run away with … Continue reading Jefferson drinks a Red Bull mid-race, sprints ahead to victory