Marlins Put Wrong Date On Tickets Commemorating Henderson Alvarez’s No-Hitter (Photo)


The Miami Marlins aren’t even playing anymore this season, and they’ve still found a way to mess things up.

The team announced that it would be selling 9,100 unsold tickets for its season finale on Sept. 29, 2013, when Henderson Alvarez threw a walk-off no-hitter at Marlins Park. Not entirely unheard of, the commemorative ticket sale made some sense — until the team put the wrong date on the $15 collectibles.

The folks over at Deadspin have obtained a screenshot of one of the commemorative PDF tickets (yes, the team is charging $15 for an unusable PDF), and the date on the ticket is Sunday, Oct. 3, 2013 (a date that doesn’t even exist).

The 62-100 Marlins certainly won’t be playing any October baseball this year, but check out the photo below to see the ticket claiming that they will be.

Marlins ticket fail

Thumbnail photo via Wikimedia Commons

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