Fans at Nationals Park can now douse their own “HarpCake” with chocolate syrup

After Bryce Harper’s walk-off home run Saturday, fans watched as pitcher Max Scherzer doused the outfielder with chocolate syrup, a ritual Scherzer created this season as an alternative to the traditional shaving cream pie in the face. Beginning Sunday at Nationals Park, any fan can have the opportunity to reproduce the feat, perhaps even as … Continue reading Fans at Nationals Park can now douse their own “HarpCake” with chocolate syrup

Teddy Roosevelt learns you can’t run and Tweet at the same time

The Nationals celebrated the first “Ignite Your Natitude Tweetup” at Nationals Park Tuesday night, as the team kicked off its final homestand before the All Star break. Among the near-sellout crowd were over 700 Twitter users who RSVP’d to the event, filling section 140 and collectively doing their part to bring local cellular networks to … Continue reading Teddy Roosevelt learns you can’t run and Tweet at the same time

Nationals trot out “classic” presidents for Harper’s debut

Nationals Park was buzzing Tuesday night as the hometown fans got their first glimpse of rookie sensation Bryce Harper. Harper is already beloved for his throwback-style approach to the game, and perhaps in appreciation, the Nationals brought back the “classic” racing presidents to kick off the homestand.  It was their first appearance of the season, … Continue reading Nationals trot out “classic” presidents for Harper’s debut

A crazy night of milestones for the Nats and the presidents

Was it the moon? The beautiful bright moon that hovered over the Nationals Park scoreboard wasn’t officially full, but what other explanation could there be for the 4 1/2-hour spectacle that unfolded Thursday night. The night that had it all started with an awesome display by one young superstar-to-be and ended with a burst bubble … Continue reading A crazy night of milestones for the Nats and the presidents