The Scripps National Spelling Bee was held last week. Perhaps the Baltimore Orioles may want to hire one of the finalists as a spelling consultant.

On June 29, 2012, Orioles catcher Matt Wieters belted a three-run home run that landed on Eutaw Street, just in front of the warehouse that is one of Camden Yards' defining features.

To commemorate the feat, accomplished 68 times in the ballpark's 21-year history, the team places plaques along the street with the player's name, team, the date and the distance the home run traveled.

But Wieters' shiny, new plaque includes a typo — his name is spelled "Matt Weiters."

When he was shown a picture of the mistake Sunday, an incredulous Wieters said "No way," and rushed to inform Jay Moskowitz, Baltimore's coordinator of baseball information. Moskowitz promptly e-mailed a member of the team's ballpark operations staff.