The Nationals’ racing presidents held a blindfold relay race Wednesday night at Nationals Park, with Washington and Jefferson lining up against the unlikely pairing of Lincoln and Roosevelt. Just before the gun, William Howard Taft entered the field without a blindfold, and the former Chief Justice spun Tom and Teddy around, leading them to collide … Continue reading Justice is not blind as Taft steals blindfold relay race
Teddy Roosevelt had two chances to take his first presidents race victory Saturday at Nationals Park, as the Nationals and Yankees took their contest past the 13th inning, triggering a rare second presidents race. Roosevelt threw caution to the wind Saturday, risking disqualification by entering the field aboard a motorcycle. The Bull Moose had speed … Continue reading Teddy tries winning aboard a motorcycle — twice — but can’t pull it out in extra innings
The Washington Nationals racing presidents surprised the crowd at Nationals Park tonight by emerging from the centerfield gate for the 4th-inning presidents race wearing red blindfolds around their giant heads. Thus the first-ever blindfolded presidents race plunged into chaos from the start. Abe Lincoln jumped out first and crashed into the outfield wall, while poor … Continue reading Presidents race blindfolded. Teddy runs the wrong way.