Progressive Field's MLB All-Star Game Banners Feature Bryce Harper for Some Sick Reason

Well, this is awkward.

Someone forgot to tell whoever made the All-Star game banners that Philadelphia Phillies outfielder Bryce Harper did not make the cut in the National League. Harper's face is featured prominently across the NL East banners at Progressive Field in Cleveland.

The Phillies lone All-Star, J.T. Realmuto must be screaming, "What about me?" as this is blatant disrespect to one of the game's premier catchers. It is embarrassing for the MLB to have this prominent error on one of the most anticipated events of the summer, especially when it is a face as recognizable as Harper's.

The other thing these misprints do is make Harper's absence at the All-Star game even more noticeable. The $330 million man has not lived up to the hype so far in 2019, and despite his 16 home runs and 62 RBI, Harper is hitting just .253 and has struck out 105 times. This gaffe from the league is just a reminder that Harper is not living up to his end of that deal.

And what about these guys?!

What is going on?!