​The news of Aaron Hernandez's death sent shockwaves through the sports world on Wednesday, as people continue to struggle to make sense of the former star tight end's abrupt fall from grace. 

As is the case with any news story, it's important to make sure you have the facts straight, especially when using names and, well, it always pays to revise your work. 

In what appears to be a Canadian newspaper, an editing mistake was made, where the headline read "Keith Hernandez Hangs Himself in Prison."

Keith Hernandez is the former World Series champ and first baseman for the New York Mets, and he seems to be doing okay, thankfully. 

The write-up was pulled from the beginning of an article from the associated press with a different headline. 

This is another reason why you shouldn't just read the headlines of stories, as if you read the body, you would know that it was supposed to say "Aaron" Hernandez. 

Unfortunately, this is one of those mistakes that cannot simply be glossed over.