Sat Jan 08 12:48pm EST
Nothing says "Welcome to Chicago!" after a big trade like having your mug splashed on the front page of the sports section of one of the town's big newspapers.
[Related: Cubs bulk up rotation with Garza]
Only, newspapers everywhere aren't what they used to be, as new Chicago Cubs right-hander Matt Garza(notes) is finding out. When the Chicago Sun-Times reported the news of Garza's arrival Saturday morning, "The Bright One" used a picture of another person who pitched for the Tampa Bay Rays in 2010, Joaquin Benoit(notes).
Dave Wills, one of the Rays' broadcasters and a native of Chicago, noticed the boo-boo and informed the St. Petersburg Times, who blew the whistle. The online version of the Sun-Times story — at least the one I read — had Garza's actual photo accompanying it.
[Rewind: Wrong Simpson chosen as all-star? D'oh!]
I'm sure general manager Jim Hendry did his due diligence and got the right guy. Although, there is a resemblance — in facial hair — between Garza and former Cubs right-hander Matt Clement. Ah, it'll all be sorted out in spring training.
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