By Matt Snyder
As is becoming the case in several ballparks across the country, the Nationals stage a race between four contestants each home game. With the Nationals, it's called a President's Race -- between "George" (George Washington), "Tom" (Thomas Jefferson), "Abe" (Abraham Lincoln) and "Teddy" (Theodore Roosevelt). Heading into Wednesday's game, Abe led the way with 13 victories, George was second with eight and Tom had six. Teddy had zero. You see, an ongoing theme of the race is that Teddy never wins. He hasn't in five seasons.
Wednesday, he was determined to put a stop to the losing, even if it meant cheating. Check out the video.
Poor Teddy was disqualified for using the segway and is now approaching 400 losses with nary a victory.
Hat-tip: Big League Stew
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