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Teddy Roosevelt finally wins Washington Nationals’ presidents’ race - The Washington Post: ericangevine: Several players had long advocated for Teddy to win the fan-pleasing race, which is typically held in the fourth inning of every Nationals home game. Jayson Werth suggested the losing streak was emblematic of a losing culture, and on Wednesday Ryan Zimmerman expressed relief that the stunt had run its course. “I am so glad Teddy won so we can stop talking about Teddy,” Zimmerman said after the game. “People get more excited for a mascot race than a game. Yes, I’m excited Teddy won. I’m ecstatic.”
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