The Colorado Rockies handed out 15,000 shirts to fans attending a recent home game. The only problem was, the shirts were meant to honor their shortstop Troy Tulowitzki, but his name was spelled wrong. The team incorrectly spelled the player’s name “Tulowizki,” and said they decide to hand out the shirts out because many fans came to the game to get the jersey. After the game, the Rockies apologized and offered fans an opportunity to exchange the bloopers jersey in September along with a free ticket to a game. In the meantime many fans tried to capitalize on the mistake by offering the jersey’s for up to as much as $300 on the Internet many others posted pictures of themselves on social media wearing the misprinted shirts. After the mistake, the team noted that the only thing that did go right that day was that they won the game.—Jim L. Wilson and Jim Sandell
--Rockies give out shirts honoring Tulowitzki - but spell his name wrong,
http://news.yahoo.com/rockies-shirts-honoring-tulowitzki-spell-name-wrong-045617858--mlb.html, Accessed July 27, 2014.
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