On a muggy “Weather Day” afternoon at Nationals Park, the Nats’ racing presidents cooled off in their colorful Hawaiian shirts for the first time this season Tuesday, then mixed things up further by moving the finish line to foul territory along the third base side of the park and racing along the left field warning track. The finish line is usually on the first base side.
For the regulars in attendance, these elements may have been novel, but the results on the field looked very familiar.
For the fourth race in a row, Abe Lincoln raced near the rear of the pack, then roared from behind to pass the field at the finish.
Photos: Washington Nationals