The Washington Nationals have announced the finalists for their annual pumpkin carving contest, and the final selections include a very familiar face. Loyal blog reader Larry LaHaie’s “Let Teddy Win” pumpkins were selected by the panel of judges, and voting has been opened up to the fans at nationals.com. Your vote could help win Larry … Continue reading Vote for the Let Teddy Win pumpkin!
Followers of the presidents race agree that of all the crazy ways Teddy Roosevelt has managed to lose this year, few stack up to the panther attack that derailed our 26th president on April 26th. Last night at Nationals Park, the panther made a surprise return. With Tim Redding and the Washington Nationals leading the … Continue reading Panther Returns To Attack Teddy During Presidents Race
Those of you who get your Nationals news from blogs and feed readers may have not have noticed a big change in Nationals coverage over at the Washington Post. Barry Svrugla, who had covered the Nationals beat since the team first moved to DC, recently moved on to cover the Redskins. Barry is great at … Continue reading I Think I’m Going to Like Chico Harlan
New York Mets losing pitcher Nelson Figueroa, after last night’s 10-4 defeat at the hands of the Washington Nationals, called the Nationals players — led by Elijah Dukes — “truly unprofessional” for cheering loudly from the visitor’s dugout at Shea Stadium. “They were cheerleading in the dugout like a bunch of softball girls,” Figueroa, said. … Continue reading Since When Was Cheering Unprofessional?
It’s been rumored that Stan Kasten is considering adding more presidents to the presidents race at Nationals Park in 2008. Could this be part of The Plan to make the team younger as they seek to build a champion? Teddy Roosevelt is currently the youngest of the racing presidents, but he was born 149 years … Continue reading The Washington Nationals Got Younger. Will They Be Better?