The Texas Rangers had zero errors on the field Sunday in their 6-2 win over the Toronto Blue Jays. But one off the field now has the internet buzzing.
The first 15,000 fans who entered Globe Life Park Sunday afternoon received a free Prince Fielder bobblehead, courtesy of Medical Center Arlington - or "Medical Center Arilngton" as was printed on many of the figurines.
Photos showing the spelling mistake have gone viral online.
A spokesperson for the Rangers says the letters were hand-painted on each of the bobbleheads and it appears some of the paint ran together during the drying process, creating issues with the letters “I” and “L”.
In a statement, the team said, “We want to apologize to Medical Center Arlington for this issue and we will take steps to ensure this will not happen again.”
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The Rangers said they saw and approved the final layouts and molds before the bobbleheads were made and the problem was not evident then.