PHOTO: Something's Wrong With Travis Wood's Batting Helmet

Rarely does one askew logo on a batting helmet so perfectly represent an entire baseball season gone awry, but the Chicago Cubs were blessed with such a moment during Monday night's game with the New York Mets when starting pitcher Travis Wood went to the plate for his first at-bat.

Check out the perfect microcosm of Cubs baseball 2K12, after the jump...

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Baseball Is Better With Crooked Logos

It's a fitting way for the North Siders to end the Pre-Anthony Rizzo Era, which officially starts tomorrow when the Cubs' super prospect makes his debut against these same Mets at Wrigley Field. It's hard to remember a Cubs prospect as hyped as Rizzo -- you'd probably have to go back to the days of Corey Patterson. If there's a silver lining to all the pressure staring Rizzo straight it in the face, it's that things can get much worse than this.

H/T: @Uniwatch, @steve_dimatteo, @espnchijon

For updates, stay tuned to SB Nation Chicago. For more extensive coverage of this series visit Cubs blog Bleed Cubbie Blue. For more baseball news coverage, visit Baseball Nation.

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