Nationals racing presidents Calvin Coolidge and Herbert Hoover are retiring to West Palm Beach, Florida. The “visiting presidents,” who were introduced in the 2015 and 2016 seasons, respectively, as part of a promotion with the White House Historical Association, are departing today for their new home at The Ballpark of the Palm Beaches, according to … Continue reading Racing presidents Herbert Hoover and Calvin Coolidge “retiring” to Nats new spring training ballpark.
It took Teddy Roosevelt 526 tries to win his first presidents race. On Friday night at Nationals Park, the Nationals’ newest racing president made his debut and stole victory number one from his fellow Republicans. Calvin Coolidge got a late start to his inaugural presidents race, but after making a dramatic entrance, our 30th president … Continue reading Full video: Calvin Coolidge cheats, shoves Teddy Roosevelt to win his first Nationals presidents race
The Washington Nationals will give away Calvin Coolidge bobbleheads to the first 25,000 fans in attendance at the September 21 game vs. the Baltimore Orioles. The giveaway was revealed as part of the Nationals’ ongoing partnership with the White House Historical Association, which includes signage on the Nationals Park left-field garage honoring a Coolidge first … Continue reading Calvin Coolidge Bobblehead added to Washington Nationals promotion schedule
The Washington Nationals will introduce a sixth racing president Friday night at Nationals Park. In an exclusive granted to Dan Steinberg of The Washington Post, the team announced Wednesday that the nation’s 30th president would join George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Abraham Lincoln, Teddy Roosevelt, and William Howard Taft in an increasingly crowded field during the … Continue reading Nationals introduce 6th racing president Calvin Coolidge