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Juan Uribe was traded from the Dodgers to the Braves this week as part of a six-player deal, and because the two teams happened to be playing each other, Uribe was able to quickly join his new squad.

By Extra Mustard
May 28, 2015

Juan Uribe was traded from the Dodgers to the Braves this week as part of a six-player deal, and because the teams happened to be playing each other, Uribe was able to quickly join his new squad.

Unfortunately a byproduct of the quick turnaround was that his batting practice jersey was not able to be put together with the same level of care as an MLB team would normally use, leading to the infielder's name briefly appearing as "UR BE" on Wednesday.

The team's trainers came up with a quick fix for the problem by using a piece of tape to make the "I", and Uribe was properly outfitted by the time the first pitch was thrown.

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