Oct 1, 2013, 8:22 PM EDT
You may have missed it over the weekend because who cares about baseball at this point of the season when the Phillies aren’t playing, but the Miami Marlins managed to throw something of a wacky and wild no hitter to close out the season.
Pretty cool moment in a likely forgettable season for the Marlins.
So what did the Marlins do after the fact? They decided to sell unused tickets to the game as memorabilia to any fan wanting in on the action.
You may remember when they did this for Roy Halladay’s perfect game down there a couple of years ago.
But there are two awesome twists to this latest scheme from the Marlins. As reported by the folks over at Deadspin, not only do the tickets come as crappy PDF files that you have to actually print on your home printer, they also came with the wrong date. Amazing.
Thanks for existing, Marlins.
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