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The crew covering the Kansas City Royals on Fox Sports Kansas City created one of the worst on-screen graphics ever on Thursday night during the Royals-Angels game. It was supposed to be a simple poll on which young baseball star you wanted on your team, and they just completely botched it.
Here’s a brief list of what is wrong with it:
There is no such major league player as Bryce Hunter.
Bryce Harper plays for the Washington Nationals and a Detroit Tigers logo appears beside him.
Matt Jones was a quarterback at Arkansas and is not an MLB pitcher. That’s Matt Harvey.
Harvey plays for the New York Mets, not the Baltimore Orioles.
Manny Machado does play for the Orioles, and that is his real name, but a Chicago White Sox logo appears next to him.
Mike Trout is not a member of the New York Yankees.
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