Racing Presidents help christen “Natitude Park,” but Nats still don’t Let Teddy Win

When the Washington Nationals introduced their much-misunderstood “Take Back the Park” program in February, and followed it in March with their 2012 Natitude marketing campaign, they put a lot on the line. In shining a spotlight on past indignities, team president Andy Feffer left little room for error.  A poor start by the team or an … Continue reading Racing Presidents help christen “Natitude Park,” but Nats still don’t Let Teddy Win

Nats release tickets to Phillies series for DC fans only

The Washington Nationals will begin taking registrations this morning for single-game tickets to just one home series — the May 4-6 games vs. the Philadelphia Phillies at Nationals Park. The catch? You have to live in DC, Maryland, or Virginia. The move was announced this morning on MLB.com, where the Nats have posted a registration … Continue reading Nats release tickets to Phillies series for DC fans only

Phillies fan ejected for punching Thomas Jefferson during presidents race

It wasn’t a complete invasion, but busloads of Philadelphia fans were among the 24,875 at Nationals Park Thursday night to see Cliff Lee and Jordan Zimmermann go at it in the final game of the Nationals’ series vs. the Phillies. The notorious boo-birds have earned a reputation for importing disruptive behavior to Nationals Park, and … Continue reading Phillies fan ejected for punching Thomas Jefferson during presidents race

Presidents to race Ringling Bros. clowns Wednesday night

When the Philadelphia Phillies come to Nationals Park, the clowns usually follow, and Wednesday night will be no exception. The Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Circus hits town this week with a 17-show run beginning Thursday at the Patriot Center. To kick off the festivities, the troupe will be in attendance tomorrow night as … Continue reading Presidents to race Ringling Bros. clowns Wednesday night

George Washington pays tribute to The Masters

On the opening day of the Masters golf tournament, George Washington and the Nationals’ racing presidents decided to pay tribute with a little 4-man golf scramble during the 4th-inning presidents race this afternoon at Nationals Park. Emerging from the centerfield starting gate with golf ball and club in hand, George went first, hitting the ball … Continue reading George Washington pays tribute to The Masters