The MLB.com press release on the logo for the 2008 All-Star Game at Yankee Stadium, an event everyone was waiting for with great longing, states:
The official logo of the 2008 All-Star Game is traditional and simple in nature, symbolic of the Yankee franchise, and incorporates the club's signature pinstripes and the architectural element of the famed Yankee Stadium façade.
However, when you go to the Yankees.com story, written by Bryan Hoch, accuracy triumphs:
The All-Star Game logo, which was unveiled from a select spot atop the Yankee Stadium scoreboard along its storied and trademark frieze, prominently features aspects paying homage to the stage upon which the game will be played. Yankee Stadium's historic facade plays a headlining role, in addition to the team's classic pinstripes.
What's worse? Calling a frieze a facade or insisting on making sure the cedilla is added to the "c" in "façade?"