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Gazette Premium Content PHOTO: Cubs' Junior Lake wears wrong uniform vs. Pirates

News services - Updated: April 3, 2014 at 1:41 pm
News services - Updated: April 3, 2014 at 1:41 pm • Published: April 3, 2014

What follows in an object lesson in having too many alternate road uniforms. Please do regard the forthcoming photo pairing from Thursday's Cubs-Pirates tilt, which comes to us courtesy of Gentleman Tom Fornelli of Eye On College Football fame and glory, according to CBS. What follows in an...

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What follows in an object lesson in having too many alternate road uniforms. Please do regard the forthcoming photo pairing from Thursday's Cubs-Pirates tilt, which comes to us courtesy of Gentleman Tom Fornelli of Eye On College Football fame and glory, according to CBS.

What follows in an object lesson in having too many alternate road uniforms. Please do regard the forthcoming photo pairing from Thursday's Cubs-Pirates tilt, which comes to us courtesy of Gentleman Tom Fornelli of Eye On College Football fame and glory.

Pictured at left is Junior Lake, whose jersey reads "CHICAGO" in sans-serif font. Pictured at right is Anthony Rizzo, whose jersey reads "CUBS" in serif font. At this point it's worth noting that, on this day, the remainder of uniformed Cubs personnel were dressed like Rizzo.

By the second inning, though, conformity had descended, as Mr. Lake had procured and brandished the proper tunic.

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