Back on July 3 I had a post about an error in a William Rhoden column about the 1957 All-Star game.
Finally, the New York Times admitted the error and ran a correction. That link should only work Saturday and Sunday though.
The Sports of The Times column on July 3 about fan voting for baseball's All-Star teams referred incorrectly to events in 1957, when Cincinnati fans stuffed the ballot boxes. Seven, not eight, players for the Reds were voted to the National League's lineup. Stan Musial of the St. Louis Cardinals, not Cincinnati's George Crowe, won the balloting as the starting first baseman.