Washington Natinals

Ryan Zimmerman and Adam Dunn, sporting their "Natinals" unis

I know I’m a couple of days late on posting this, but this absolutely cracked me up. Two players for the Washington Nationals baseball club were given jerseys that misspelled the team name. Instead of “Nationals”, the jerseys had the team name spelled as “Natinals”. Insert your own joke about the team’s lack of offensive firepower.

It’s not apples and apples, but it reminds me of the summer I interned for the “Maple Hill church of Chris”. (The “t” had blown off the church lettering on the outside of the building.) My ministry friends really gave me a hard time for that one, calling me a heretic, etc. Good times.

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7 Responses to Washington Natinals

  1. greg says:

    it’s not as bad as the west virginia one from a few years ago…http://ncaabasketball.fanhouse.com/2007/03/30/congratulations-west-virgina-nit-champions/

  2. Jason says:

    Yeah, as if “winning” the NIT isn’t insulting enough…I miss your blog, by the way. Any good eMusic finds lately?

  3. TARA says:

    reminds me of the old SHELL gas station. The S fell off and remained so for months. Dad got a kick out of going to HELL for gas!

  4. greg says:

    got several older releases recently (some on emusic). I listed my April stuff on FB.

  5. Jason says:

    Tara, I remember hearing that story!

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