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
A steady afternoon rain and temperatures in the 40s put a damper on the first-ever springtime NatsFest on Wednesday at Nationals Park, as many of the planned outdoor activities were moved, postponed, or canceled altogether. An open batting practice had been billed as the main afternoon attraction, but the field remained covered for most of … Continue reading Rain hampers NatsFest, threatens opening day
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
The Washington Nationals have released a coupon code “for Teddy’s fans” for this week’s series vs. the Florida Marlins, including Tuesday night’s much-anticipated return of Stephen Strasburg to the Nationals Park mound. The code gets you half-price tickets in the outfield corners ($17), outfield mezzanine ($14), and upper infield gallery ($8). You must order at … Continue reading Nats release half-price coupon code for Stephen Strasburg’s return
It’s safe to say that the Washington Nationals presidents race was not the main event Tuesday at Nationals Park. The mood was absolutely electric as 40,315 came to witness the major league debut of Stephen Strasburg, and despite hype and expectations that seemed impossible to meet, the rookie managed to exceed them, posting one of … Continue reading On a historic night, Teddy fails to make history of his own
As the hype for pitcher Stephen Strasburg’s debut reaches a fever pitch, with media coverage rivaling a league championship series, the Washington Nationals are releasing additional $10 standing room only tickets via the stadium box office this afternoon, ensuring an all-time Nationals Park attendance record will be set tonight. With the stands overflowing and the … Continue reading Nationals invite standing room crowd — and Pierogies — to Strasburg’s debut
DC sports fans are gearing up for the most hyped debut in Washington sports history, as fans have dubbed Tuesday Strasmas Day in anticipation of the major league debut of pitcher Stephen Strasburg, aka Baseball Jeezus. With the team expected to choose hitting phenom Bryce Harper today with the #1 pick in baseball’s amateur draft, … Continue reading Will the Nationals Let Teddy Win on Strasmas Day?
A hot and sticky Nationals Park was packed with fans Friday night as Livan Hernandez and the Nats defeated the the Cincinnati Reds. As well as Livan’s been pitching, the crowd would like have been much smaller had it been known he’d be on the mound when tickets went on sale… No. Many of the … Continue reading Teddy fails to deliver for 33,774 at Nationals Park
The Washington Nationals announced this evening that 2009 #1 draft pick Stephen Strasburg will make his highly-anticipated major league debut on June 8th at Nationals Park. The team had just released a coupon code “for Teddy’s fans” to use during that week’s series vs. the Pittsburgh Pirates. This evening, some tickets are still available at … Continue reading Half-price Coupon Code “for Teddy’s Fans” to see Stephen Strasburg Debut. GOING FAST.
The Washington Nationals return from a 10-day road trip tonight to kick off a five game homestand at Nationals Park vs. the Mets and Orioles. The racing presidents usually get a break while the Nats are on the road, but last week they took to Syracuse, where they held a presidents race during the 5th … Continue reading Racing presidents return from Syracuse
The Washington Nationals’ racing presidents will take their show on the road Wednesday for Stephen Strasburg’s second start with the AAA Syracuse Chiefs. George, Tom, Abe, and Teddy will greet fans at the main gates of Alliance Bank Stadium, then run a presidents race following the 5th inning of the game vs. Norfolk. Nationals Mascot … Continue reading Presidents to race during Stephen Strasburg’s start in Syracuse Wednesday night