This image of Citzens Bank Park was published in the Denver Post under an article that was supposed to be a guide to Coors Field.
The Denver Post has been charged with an error.
The Colorado newspaper is apologizing after it published a guide to the Rockies’ Coors Field on Friday that featured a cover photo of Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia, the home of the Phillies.
.@denverpost, I love you guys… but this seems to be a rather LARGE photo error in your Rockies guide. That stadium…. is Citizens Bank in Philly pic.twitter.com/Oycs87K1P7
— Nick Penzenstadler (@npenzenstadler) April 6, 2018
Shortly after news of the error started to spread, the Denver Post released a statement addressing the blunder.
"Due to a production error, an image of Citizens Bank Park ran in place of Coors Field on the cover of today’s Life & Culture section. Please enjoy this beautiful image of Coors Field photographed yesterday. The Denver Post sincerely regrets the errors," the tweet read.
Due to a production error, an image of Citizens Bank Park ran in place of Coors Field on the cover of today’s Life & Culture section. Please enjoy this beautiful image of Coors Field photographed yesterday. The Denver Post sincerely regrets the error. pic.twitter.com/0bwW2snOLb
— The Denver Post (@denverpost) April 6, 2018
Of course, this didn’t stop the internet from having some fun with the gaffe.
The Phillies’ official Twitter account teased the Post by using a Rockies tweet showing Coors Field.
What a lovely photo of Citizens Bank Park.Right, @denverpost? 😉 https://t.co/CHV1mC4Gr2
— Philadelphia Phillies (@Phillies) April 6, 2018
"What a lovely photo of Citizens Bank Park. Right @denverpost," the tweet read along with a winky face emoji.
Others also joined in on the mockery.
The Rockies will play their first home game of the 2018 season Friday afternoon against the Atlanta Braves.