It has happened.
No, not the Nationals winning the division.
No, not the first playoff game in D.C. since 1933.
It is the larger-than-life fourth-inning hero, the legendary former president, represented with oversized clothing from his bygone era and a huge melon head, steel-wire rope spectacles and neon green running shoes.
Teddy Roosevelt has won the race he had lost 525 times in a row.
It is over.
In the most amazing of races, Roosevelt crushed his old nemesis/buddies Tommy Jefferson, George Washington and Abe Lincoln.
Trailing the three at the quarter, someone dressed as a miniature Phillie Phanatic came out of the right-field bullpen and knocked down Lincoln, Washington and Jefferson.
Teddy broke away from there and won by six lengths, ending a winless streak that dates back 526 races.
Teddy in 2012.
Now, when will he win race No. 2?