Bill Holdforth and three friends made it their goal to annoy Senators owner who moved team from D.C. to Texas.
Ike's love of golf threatened his availability for an opening day tradition.
The Big Train got the best of the Bambino on a big day for Lou Gehrig.
Move over RGIII. Harper is the new bipartisan hope.
Here's what it looked like when the Senators were moments away from winning the 1924 World Series over the Giants.
Ian Desmond didn't know that he was Washington's first postseason hit-maker since Joe Cronin. Good old Joe.
Many images that demonstrate a bit of playoff-era Natitude, or whatever you call Teddy Roosevelt at a D.C. bar.
If you want to get excited about the history of D.C. baseball, check out these relics from the baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown.
Here are what the papers looked like when the Nats won pennants in 1924 and 1933.