Baseball fans in Denver have been treated to some pretty bad baseball. To make matters worse the fans were treated to a team giveaway with bad spelling.
Going into the game Saturday, the Rockies were an abysmal 42-60 -- good for last place in the National League West.
Their lone bright spot this season, as has been their All-star shortstop Troy Tulowitzki.
On Saturday the Rockies gave away 15,000 Troy Tulowitzki jerseys to fans at Coors Field before their evening game against the Pittsburgh Pirates. There was one major problem.
The team spelled its star player's name wrong. They spelled it without the second “t” making the jerseys read Tulowizki.
A jersey with the proper spelling is on the left. The jersey given away Saturday is on the right.
We wonder how much these miss-spelled jerseys will sell for on eBay in the next few days.