An error is a familiar term in baseball. Although most errors occur on the playing field, some may turn up in other places. Recently the Chicago Cubs announced that they had made an error with two pictures they put up on a mural at Wrigley field celebrating the 100th anniversary of the team. The display included a 1927 photograph of the late aviator Charles Lindbergh, until the team realized the picture had been taken across town at Comiskey Park, the former home of the Chicago White Sox. After the first error was discovered, officials took a closer look at the mural and discovered a photo of President Franklin Roosevelt that was taken at Wrigley Field. The caption read that Roosevelt was president at the time, but technically, it was taken before he was elected. Team Spokesman Julian Green said the team is planning to fix the mural to make sure it is historically accurate. Green said that while a picture to replace the one of Lindbergh has not been selected yet, the team would be sure it was taken at Wrigley. Green added, “We are now reviewing all of the photos.”—Jim L. Wilson and Jim Sandell
Cubs error: Mural oops shows Lindbergh at Wrigley
http://news.yahoo.com/cubs-error-mural-oops-shows-lindbergh-wrigley-212424314.html, Accessed May 16, 2014.
Ecclesiastes 5:6 (HCSB) (6) Do not let your mouth bring guilt on you, and do not say in the presence of the messenger that it was a mistake. Why should God be angry with your words and destroy the work of your hands?