MLB Pipeline mistakes porn star for Cubs prospect in brutal tweet

MLB Pipeline mistakes porn star for Cubs prospect in brutal tweet

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The MLB Pipeline Twitter account made an error in their tweet referencing a modification to the Chicago Cubs top 30 prospects list.
Throughout the season, each MLB team is set to see some modifications made to their top 30 possibility lists on MLB Pipeline. That happened on Tuesday, as outfielder Nelson Velazquez rose up to the No. 30 slot in the Chicago Cubs farm system rankings following the promo of left-handed pitcher Justin Steele

MLB Pipeline mistakenly describes Justin Steele as Riley Steele.
Riley Steele is an adult starlet, who had a supporting role in the 2010 comedy-horror movie, Piranha 3D.
Steele, the Cubs left-handed pitcher, received promotion to the big league lineup this month. In two starts, Steele was credited with 2 losses, gave up five made runs on 10 hits and set out six batters in nine innings.
It is entirely possible that the social networks manager mixed up the names of Justin Steele and right-handed pitching prospect Riley Thompson, who is the Cubs 29th-overall possibility. Errors happen and we are all prone to make them from time to time.

MLB Pipelines official Twitter account sent out a message to communicate the news of the switch in Chicagos rankings. The tweet mistakenly said that “Riley Steele graduated,” not Justin Steele. Riley Steele is an adult entertainer.