When scoring a baseball game, an error on the shortstop goes in the book as "E6," and an error on the right fielder is written as "E9." But does anyone know how to score an error committed by the person in charge of putting together a team calendar? If so, let us know, because whoever assembled a 2016 Nationals calendar made a monstrous mistake while doing so.
Take a look at the cover of the calendar here (UPDATE 10:30 a.m.: This is not an official team calendar. The headline has been changed to reflect this.), and see if you can spot what's wrong with it (hint: it should really not take you long at all):
— susan vavrick (@edit_susan) November 8, 2015
Yeah, uh, that is not Nationals Park, and that is not Washington, D.C; that is actually Fenway Park, and that is actually Boston, Mass. Well, whoever did this at least put a baseball stadium on the front, right?
Obviously, unless there's some secret deal going on between the Nats and the Red Sox in which Boston is going to give away their historic park to Bryce Harper and Co., the cover is totally wrong. Can Dusty Baker fix this, too?