Friday was Hispanic Heritage Night at Nationals Park, with the team honoring the contributions of the hispanic community to baseball and society throughout the evening. Latin influences permeated the evening, so it was no surprise when Teddy Roosevelt got into the act, passing out “Los Nacionales” t-shirts to fans along the first baseline. Unfortunately for …
The Washington Nationals have once again released a coupon code “for Teddy’s friends”: Order online at Nationals.com using Coupon Code “TEDDY” and get half-price tickets in select seating sections for the series starting Tuesday night vs. the Los Angeles Dodgers. The coupon code is valid only for online orders and may be used to get … Continue reading Nationals offer half-price coupon code to Teddy fans to kick off “Screech Week”
It was free T-Shirt Tuesday tonight at Nationals Park, and the stands were filled with 10,000 Nationals fans wearing free Abe Lincoln t-shirts. Based on the results from the previous T-Shirt Tuesdays, Abe had to be the prohibitive favorite to run away with tonight’s presidents race, but when the middle of the 4th inning arrived, … Continue reading Teddy Nearly Steals T-Shirt Tuesday Victory from Abe
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
The Washington Nationals have finalized which Tuesday home games will feature free t-shirts with images of the racing presidents. The promotion is part of T-Shirt Tuesdays, in which the first 10,000 fans to arrive at Tuesday night home games at Nationals Park receive a free t-shirt courtesy of a Washington Nationals’ sponsor company. All of … Continue reading Nationals T-Shirt Tuesday Schedule Set
Yesterday’s home game against the Philadelphia Phillies marked the continuation of the Washington Nationals’ T-Shirt Tuesdays, which will run all season at Nationals Park. Each Tuesday home game throughout the season, the first 10,000 fans arriving at Nationals Park will be handed a free t-shirt compliments of one of the team’s sponsors. The t-shirts have … Continue reading Nationals T-Shirt Tuesday Features Racing Presidents
Roosevelt #26 T-Shirts have arrived at letteddywin.com, and I’m bummed I’m not going to have mine in time for the Nationals-Marlins series this weekend. Available styles include jerseys, adult t-shirts, women’s t-shirts, and t-shirts in kids and infant/toddler sizes. There’s even a baby bib for the littlest Ben’s Chili Bowl fans to bring to Nationals … Continue reading Roosevelt #26 T-Shirts Are Here
Two days after I tweaked Barry Svrluga’s photoblogging, he has taken notice of our little Let Teddy Win fan gear site. I don’t know whether I’d qualify today’s post at the Nationals Journal as an endorsement, but the Washington Post certainly gets a ton of exposure that lit up my in box this morning. Continue reading Finally, somebody noticed.
Here’s a photo of the new Let Teddy Win jersey that just arrived. My son wore it to school this week and to a fall festival today. He got tons of “great shirt” comments! This is the one that has the Teddy Roosevelt quote on the back: The quote reads: Far better it is to … Continue reading Let Teddy Win kids long sleeve jersey
Let Teddy Win T-Shirt with Quote (front). Announcing the first official Let Teddy Win t-shirt, for cheering on Teddy to win the presidents race in the upcoming 2008 season. This and other designs are available at the Let Teddy Win Store. The quote on the back is by Teddy Roosevelt himself: Far better it is … Continue reading Introducing the Official Let Teddy Win TM T-Shirt
Welcome to Let Teddy Win! What is this site all about? Presidents Race The presidents race is a fixture at home games for the Washington Nationals baseball team. In the middle of the fourth inning, a race is conducted between the four presidents featured on Mount Rushmore — George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Abe Lincoln, and … Continue reading Welcome to Let Teddy Win!