Astros spelling fail; Elizabeth Loaiza is Fox-y
The Astros haven’t had many good days over the past few years, but Wednesday was supposed to be one of them after the call-up of prized prospect George Springer. The rookie made his major-league debut and got his first career hit (an infield single) in a 6-4 loss to the Royals. However, it wasn’t all smooth sailing for Springer. The Astros’ scoreboard operator wasn’t able to spell his first name correctly.
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