Racing Mark Grace may have never won the Arizona Diamondbacks’ Legends Race, but at least he can now claim a victory in the Washington Nationals presidents race. Despite being in the Nationals Park press box for Fox Sports Arizona, the Dbacks veteran and broadcaster failed to respond to a challenge from the racing presidents; so Honest …
Arizona Diamondbacks TV analyst and “Racing Legend” Mark Grace responded to Wednesday night’s challenge with one of his own in the final race of the homestand Thursday night. Following a decisive presidents race victory by Abe Lincoln, Nationals Park P.A. announcer Jerome Hruska intoned “Live from Chase Field in Arizona, it’s a special message for … Continue reading Mark Grace says “I’m coming for you,” Teddy says “Bring It!”
The Washington Nationals’ racing presidents are fond of taking on racing mascots from other teams, but Wednesday night at Nationals Park, they issued their first challenge on record targeting an opposing team’s broadcaster. The broadcaster in question was Diamondbacks color analyst Mark Grace, who was covering the game for FOX Sports Arizona. Grace is one … Continue reading Video: Racing Presidents issue challenge to Mark Grace
In June, the Arizona Diamondbacks announced plans to introduce a new attraction to home games at Phoenix’s Chase Field. At the end of the 5th inning, four 10-foot tall foam-headed “legends” would race around the ball park in uniform. In July, just before the All Star break, the characters were revealed. Given the short history … Continue reading Racing legends follow familiar pattern – Let Grace Win?
A five game losing streak is a pretty scary thing for Nationals fans, but on Friday night at Nationals Park, the Nats racing presidents upped the ante, emerging from the centerfield starting gate wearing “Jason” masks to honor Friday the 13th. Whatever they did, it worked, as Nats pitcher John Lannan helped break the streak … Continue reading Racing presidents honor Jason on Friday the 13th
I am en route to London, where needless to say we are unable to attend the Nationals six-game homestand that starts tonight vs. the Marlins and Diamondbacks. As we did for one homestand last summer, rather than recruit somebody to update the blog, we’re going to ask the loyal Let Teddy Win readers to take … Continue reading Presidents Race Results: The Readers Take Over
Tuesday night the Washington Nationals return to town to face the Diamondbacks and Astros in a couple of series that promise great weather, light summer traffic, and some big promotions at Nationals Park. The Nationals are in need of some home cooking after a brutal week which netted as many devastating injuries as team victories. … Continue reading Abe’s T-Shirt Tuesday Kicks Off Nationals Homestand