Comcast SportsNet airs ‘anatomically correct’ version of Cubs’ new mascot

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Add this to the “Google Image Search is Not the Best Way to Find Images for a News Report” file.

Comcast SportsNet, covering the Chicago Cubs’ controversial new mascot, Clark, did what must stations would do — put up an image of the friendly guy on screen.

The problem was the image was a Photoshopped version from Deadspin that had some anatomical additions added — namely Clark’s, shall we say, parts needed to produce baby cubs.

The video clip below (probably NSFW):

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