Time is not on Abraham Lincoln’s side.
The Great Emancipator kicked off the current homestand Friday night with a presidents race victory to move within 6 games of Teddy Roosevelt in the hunt for the season title, but his failure to win on Saturday or Sunday made the task more unlikely.
Teddy Roosevelt lost each of those races at the wire, first to Thomas Jefferson and then to William Howard Taft, but with only 9 races remaining in the season, Teddy’s “magic number” still shrank to 2.
Here’s Friday’s victory by Abe:
…and Taft’s Sunday triumph:
Friday night’s video courtesy of lfahome