Presidential winning streaks have been few and far between for George Washington this season, so after winning convincingly Friday night, George got a little cocky after leading Saturday’s presidents race from wire to wire.
As he crossed the finish line, the father of our country pulled out some talcum powder and clapped it on his hands, Lebron style. That’s when Teddy Roosevelt, who finished second, brought Washington’s big head down to the ground. Literally.
Will the presidents race standings remained tied heading into the All Star break?
Expect the racing presidents to making it interesting on Sunday for the last day of the Nationals’ Christmas in July Toy Drive. Livan Hernandez will be on the mound for a day packed full of promotions, including Scout Day, Family Fun Day, Signature Sunday, Kids Run the Bases, and free backpacks for the first 10,000 kids 12 and under.
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