Last Saturday at Nationals Park, the racing presidents held a rare second presidents race as the Nationals and Yankees extended past the 13th inning. Teddy Roosevelt drew attention for competing in both races aboard a motorcycle, overshadowing the fact that he came out blindfolded for the second race. It’s now clear why. Apparently something happened … Continue reading What happened to Teddy Roosevelt’s glasses?
The Nationals’ conspiracy against Teddy Roosevelt was on full display Sunday at Nationals Park, as Thomas Jefferson flaunted the rules to steal a race from our favorite president, yet avoided disqualification. Over the years, it’s been president #16 Abe Lincoln who has built up a reputation for cheating, but something got into Jefferson Sunday, as … Continue reading Video: Thomas Jefferson whacks George, Abe and Teddy, but is not disqualified. Bob Carpenter calls for an inquiry.
As reported earlier, here are the videos from Saturday’s presidents race extra-innings doubleheader, in which Teddy attempted to win aboard a motorcycle… twice. Videos courtesy of YouTube member lfahome Continue reading Video: Teddy’s two attempts to win aboard a motorcycle
Teddy Roosevelt had two chances to take his first presidents race victory Saturday at Nationals Park, as the Nationals and Yankees took their contest past the 13th inning, triggering a rare second presidents race. Roosevelt threw caution to the wind Saturday, risking disqualification by entering the field aboard a motorcycle. The Bull Moose had speed … Continue reading Teddy tries winning aboard a motorcycle — twice — but can’t pull it out in extra innings
The Washington Nationals debuted new military camouflage uniforms for the racing presidents as the team opened its home stand at Nationals Park Friday night. The Nationals have embraced the U.S. military as part of their DC community outreach programs, and expanded that effort during the team’s recent road trip, when the racing presidents appeared at the … Continue reading Video: Racing presidents debut new military uniforms, but Teddy falls to a rogue lobster
Today Let Teddy Win brings you a guest post by Brian Ketchum, who recently chaperoned a group of 78 U.S. history students from Hillwood Middle School in Ft. Worth TX to Washington, DC to visit Nationals Park and cheer for Teddy Roosevelt: As Hillwood Middle School in Fort Worth, Texas got ready for our yearly … Continue reading Guest report from Teddy Roosevelt’s out of town fan club
Just one day after Abe Lincoln blatantly stole a race while riding a tricycle, the Great Emancipator was at it again. On Wednesday night at Nationals Park, the presidents ran a 2-wheel relay, with George Washington and Thomas Jefferson running the first leg aboard Segway personal transporters, and Abe Lincoln and Teddy Roosevelt running the … Continue reading Video: Abe beats Teddy again, this time both on bikes
Anyone who doubted the Nationals’ conspiracy against Teddy Roosevelt need only have witnessed the travesty on display at Nationals Park Tuesday night. No, it wasn’t the Henry Rodriquez wild pitch, or the back-to-back bases-loaded strikeouts in the tenth, or the excuse for pitching the Mets trotted out in extra innings. It was the blatant double … Continue reading Abe cheats on tricycle. Screech fails to disqualify him.
Teddy Roosevelt fans heading to Nationals Park tonight might want to check out the party in the Right Field Terrace, where a group of enthusiastic Teddy Roosevelt fans will be cheering on #26 during the 4th inning presidents race. The group of American history students is on its 8th-grade visit to Washington, DC from Hillwood … Continue reading Teddy Fans from Texas to invade Nationals Park tonight