There could not have been less drama in the 81st and final presidents race of the Washington Nationals’ 2017 regular season.
Wearing their Sunday best, Teddy Roosevelt faded fast while George Washington pulled away to secure second place behind Thomas Jefferson in the final season standings.
Sunday’s race capped the seventh completely winless regular season for the hero of San Juan hill.
While some are predicting a Roosevelt victory in the playoffs, others seem to be pleased that the team is putting the squeeze on the bull moose until they win a playoff series, and perhaps longer.
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Teddy should win