PHOTO: Marlins misprint date on fake no-hitter tickets
It only makes sense that the Marlins, after trying to sell the 9,100 unused tickets to Henderson Alvarez's no-hitter on Sunday, got the date wrong on their commemorative PDFs.
It doesn’t get much more pathetic than this for the Marlins.
The inept franchise, which finished the season 62-100, printed the wrong date on the commemorative “tickets”. The no-no occurred this past Sunday on Sept. 29. The printable PDFs that the Marlins were hawking for $15 dollars had the date at Sunday, Oct. 3.
Silly Marlins, only playoff teams get to play in October.
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