The Stockton Ports minor league team tweeted out their starting lineup and quickly deleted it after realizing they didn’t tweet the right photo. Instead of tweeting an image of the starting lineup, they tweeted the tracklist to West Coast gangster rapper The Game’s sophomore album.
I don’t know how you can mess that up, but for a moment there, I was kind of hoping that The Game was playing minor league ball.
Here was the image they tweeted out.
That’s not a starting lineup.
This is the corrected tweet.
The called shot.
Giving away a bobblehead commemorating the moment an opposing player swept you out of the World Series? Sure, the Cubs would do that.
Well, actually, this is a pretty cool bobblehead right here. You can debate whether or not the called shot happened, but it’s part of baseball history. It also happened at Wrigley Field and the 100-year anniversary wanted to celebrate that.
I just picked up the bobblehead and holding a piece of history in bobblehead form is pretty cool. Even though the bobblehead isn’t even of a Cubs player, it’s a great thing to have as a baseball fan.
I also have the Rick Monday bobblehead the Dodgers gave away so this isn’t the first time I did pick up a bobblehead like this. It’s pretty cool and I am glad I have this one now.