The only errors on the scoreboard at the All-Star Game were by the scoreboard.
At least one player noticed -- and wasn't too pleased.
The giant board at Progressive Field was filled with mistakes Tuesday night, including a couple of misspelled names, a wrong picture and a pair of incorrect team logos.
"They had what, two weeks to get ready for this? That can't happen," New York Mets sparkplug Jeff McNeil said.
McNeil is leading the majors with a .349 batting average, an impressive feat seeing how he made his major league debut less than a year ago.
A late sub, he came up for the National League in the eighth inning and noticed the headshot on the scoreboard wasn't of him. Instead, it was of Mets teammate Jacob deGrom.