Found April 19, 2009 on tonyblogs.net:
Notice anything strange about this picture?A typo in a media guide, on a blog or website, or in a program is one thing. But how does the front of a jersey reading "NATINALS" get by the seamstress, equipment manager and the players that put it on?(Image courtesy of D.C. Sports Bog)
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