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Two More Errors By The Washington Nationals

By Jimmy Scott - Posted on 22 April 2009

Good friend of Jimmy Scott's High & Tight, Joel Kirstein, saw two errors by the Washington Nationals over the weekend, and they weren't committed by players.  Here are Joel's comments.  Then look at the pictures.

By the way, Joel is still a die-hard Montreal Expos fan.  How many of those people do you know?

"Pretty pathetic that not one single player, coach, or team employee even noticed this:

Obviously the Washington Nationals don't employ a proof reader on the their payroll.  This past weekend the Nats found a new way to embarrass themselves on the field.  First they have an upside down "N" on a player's jersey. Then they don't notice that the MLB uniform supplier Majestic sent them a bunch of jerseys with their nickname "Nationals" spelled incorrectly: "NATINALS" This never happened to the Expos! That's what those losers get for carpetbagging the team out of Montreal... I hope they rot!"

Washington Nationals should be always competitive enough to keep pace with the others. I really like them; they’ve always been my favourite teams in MLB. Just read about them here:

Below is a statement from Majestic Athletic President Jim Pisani regarding last week's jersey error.

"All of us at Majestic Athletic want to apologize to both the Washington Nationals and Major League Baseball for accidentally omitting the 'O' in two Nationals jerseys last week," Pisani said in the statement. "We take 100 percent responsibility for this event and we regret any embarrassment for the Nationals organization, players and fans.

"Outfitting all 30 teams and 750 players is a duty we take very seriously. Majestic has been trusted on-field for over 25 years. Based on our history, clubhouse managers expect that every new uniform from Majestic is perfect. For the Nationals, this time we did not meet this standard."

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