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Cubs player takes the field in wrong jersey

Published On: Apr 04 2014 11:39:21 AM CDT
Updated On: Apr 04 2014 11:39:58 AM CDT
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Chicago Cubs outfielder Junior Lake had a slight wardrobe malfunction during Thursday's game against the Pittsburgh Pirates.

Lake started off the game wearing the wrong gray jersey displaying "Chicago" instead of "Cubs," which is what was on the front of the rest of his teammates' jerseys. He wore the jersey for the entire first inning and then changed before the start of the second inning, reports NBC Sports.

Perhaps Lake was bleary-eyed from the game played the night before. The Cubs and Pirates played into the early hours of Thursday morning when their game lasted 16 innings.

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