Teddy Roosevelt seemed to have victory in hand Sunday at Nationals Park. In one of his more inspired races, #26 overcame a bad start, working his way to the front of the pack with a burst of speed around the right field corner. Teddy had the upper hand in one of the tightest presidential finishing … Continue reading Video: Did Teddy give up at the finish?
On Wednesday afternoon at Nationals Park, the hero of San Juan Hill ran into an ambush he never could have anticipated. Racing down the home stretch during the 4th-inning presidents race, a large, costumed Luc the Lobster dashed out of the stands and flattened the Teddy Roosevelt before the big Bull Moose knew what hit … Continue reading Video: Lobster runs onto the field, takes down Teddy
Presidents race watchers knew what to expect when the fourth inning rolled around Saturday night at Nationals Park. Teddy Roosevelt said it all just before race time. “No more wins for TJ, your streak ends tonight! Mwhahaha,” Teddy tweeted from his account @Teddy26Nats. After winning seven of the last eight races, Jefferson was poised to … Continue reading Teddy goes after Thomas Jefferson in the outfield
With George Washington coming off a recent 4-game winning streak and challenging Abe Lincoln for the season lead, Teddy Roosevelt decided he’d seen enough. While George was taking an early lead in Tuesday’s 4th-inning race at Nationals Park, Teddy was waiting in foul territory, hiding in ambush along with long-time presidents race conspirator That Cat. … Continue reading Video: Teddy sends That Cat to stop George Washington
The largest crowd at Nationals Park since opening day was rewarded richly Friday night after an hour-long rain delay postponed the start of the game. The Nationals continued their torrid offensive streak with the 7th win in a row, and Teddy Roosevelt, despite losing the 4th-inning presidents race, delivered a satisfying blow to a longtime … Continue reading Wrestler John Cena pumps Teddy up to tackle Orioles Bird
Fans who braved the cold and volatile weather at Nationals Park Saturday were rewarded with the Nats’ first victory of the season — a dramatic affair that included a hail storm and two weather delays, spectacular defensive plays, heroics, and a rare suicide squeeze. While new regulars Rick Ankiel, Danny Espinosa, and Jayson Werth were … Continue reading Presidents race on tandem bikes, Teddy issues a challenge
2009 has been a big year for the Washington Nationals Teddy Roosevelt in the world of social media, as the team has made Teddy its official voice on Facebook and Twitter. But last night at Nationals Park, it turned out to be Teddy’s downfall. Teddy had an early lead in the 4th-inning presidents race, then … Continue reading Twitter turns out to be Teddy’s downfall