Nats invite fans to state their case for invitations to a private clubhouse party

In March of 2015, Nationals Chief Revenue and Marketing Officer Valerie Camillo asked her team to identify the Nats fans most deserving of a “thank you” for their support of the team on social media. Barely two dozen received cryptic invitations to what became the first Nats Clubhouse Social, a private party in the Nationals … Continue reading Nats invite fans to state their case for invitations to a private clubhouse party

GIF: Presidents race melee keeps Lincoln’s hopes alive

In a race that Washington Nationals color commentator F.P. Santangelo called a “three in the morning job,” the Nats’ racing presidents tripped and pushed each other through an epic shoving match in which everyone participated. On Monday night, not even the sponsor GEICO Gecko escaped the dirt. Despite face planting twice, it was Abe Lincoln … Continue reading GIF: Presidents race melee keeps Lincoln’s hopes alive

Video: “Best Presidents Race of the Year” as Teddy dives to rob George Washington

In what Nationals play-by-play announcer Bob Carpenter said “might be the best GEICO presidents race of the year,” the Nationals racing presidents ran neck and neck for a breakneck 25 second pace Sunday after noon at Nationals Park. In the home stretch, it appeared that George Washington had victory at hand, but Teddy Roosevelt charged … Continue reading Video: “Best Presidents Race of the Year” as Teddy dives to rob George Washington

Did the Nationals create a red herring on Memorial Day?

The disappointment over Teddy Roosevelt’s Memorial Day loss is still stinging not just the Natosphere, but also the National press, with Yahoo! Sports and even the Philadelphia Inquirer joining the ranks of news media wondering why the Nats haven’t let Teddy win. Which raises the question: After nearly 400 consecutive losses, why were expectations so … Continue reading Did the Nationals create a red herring on Memorial Day?