Chicago Cubs outfielder Nate Schierholtz did a double take when he looked at the lineups for spring games on Monday and Tuesday.

Schierholtz was batting third each day, but on Tuesday he was scheduled to play first base against the Colorado Rockies, a position he's never played. He decided to ask manager Dale Sveum about it.

"I just asked, 'Was that a typo, out of curiosity?' Otherwise I would have had to take ground balls today," Schierholtz said Monday afternoon.

Turns out it was a typo.

"It was supposed to be Anthony Rizzo and somehow it was a typo," Sveum said.