Nats offer fan chance to man the presidents race finish line

The Washington Nationals announced their first “insiders night” to be held on April 29 when the Nats take on the world champion San Francisco Giants at Nationals Park. The team is taking entries now through April 15 for the associated insiders sweepstakes, from which winners will be selected to throw out the first pitch, announce … Continue reading Nats offer fan chance to man the presidents race finish line

New Nationals Park Co-Host Sarah Fraser

Personnel changes in the Nationals Park dugout were the main topic of discussion in the Natosphere this opening weekend, but outside the dugout, another newcomer was introduced to the stadium faithful. Long-time Nationals in-stadium host Clint Khoury has a new partner-in-crime for the NatsHD segments that appear on the Nationals Park scoreboard before and during … Continue reading New Nationals Park Co-Host Sarah Fraser

Video: Teddy gets his grudge match, but is clotheslined by George and Tom

A day after issuing a challenge to Abraham Lincoln, Teddy Roosevelt got his wish — a one-on-one grudge match vs. Abe on Sunday at Nationals Park. Well, almost. As George Washington and Thomas Jefferson sat on the sidelines, Teddy and Abe bolted from the centerfield gate for their first-ever mano-a-mano presidents race. The two exchanged … Continue reading Video: Teddy gets his grudge match, but is clotheslined by George and Tom

Presidents race on tandem bikes, Teddy issues a challenge

Fans who braved the cold and volatile weather at Nationals Park Saturday were rewarded with the Nats’ first victory of the season — a dramatic affair that included a hail storm and two weather delays, spectacular defensive plays, heroics, and a rare suicide squeeze. While new regulars Rick Ankiel, Danny Espinosa, and Jayson Werth were … Continue reading Presidents race on tandem bikes, Teddy issues a challenge