With a comfortable lead in the season standings, Teddy Roosevelt wrapped up the 2016 Nationals racing presidents season championship before this weekend’s final series vs. the Miami Marlins. It was Teddy’s second crown, having claimed the title in 2014.
So there was little drama on Sunday as the presidents took the field for the last time in the regular season. That would probably explain why the big-headed presidents “eased up” in the stretch of the fourth inning race, and let 2016 visiting president Herbert Hoover take the last battle of the season.
The playoffs start Friday at Nationals Park, and Teddy Roosevelt has never lost a race in the playoffs. Let the curse talk begin.
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