Found October 06, 2012 on NESN.com:
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TBS has been the underdog of Major League Baseball broadcasting for several years, with the rights to show playoff games but not always the respect that comes with it. That's because network has had a poor track record, with broadcasting mishaps in the regular season and beyond. That continued during Friday night's wild card telecast, with Hall of Famer Cal Ripken Jr. on air to help call the game. Just one problem: Thanks to some standout graphics, Ripken appeared on the screen as "Carl Ripken Jr." Could it be that the Orioles legend has a doppelganger with a similar name?...
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Cal Ripken Jr. called ‘Carl’ by TBS

It wasn’t just the umpires that made mistakes during yesterday’s first ever Wild Card play-in game.TBS mistakenly identified Cal Ripken Jr. as ‘Carl’ during its Baltimore Orioles-Texas Rangers telecast.You’d think being an MLB Hall of Famer would help learn your name.Good job, good effort, TBS.[HT: Deadspin] [Image: Stacey Long]
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