Pawlenty’s record: In some copies of the April 3 Section A, a chart with an article about former Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty’s fiscal record mislabeled the scale of the data. The scale was in millions of dollars, not billions.
Baseball in 2011: The On Baseball column in the March 27 Sports section, previewing the major league season by the numbers, said three players from the Angels’ 2002 World Series championship team were still active major leaguers. In addition to Francisco Rodriguez of the New York Mets and Chone Figgins and Adam Kennedy of the Seattle Mariners, John Lackey is a member of the Boston Red Sox and Jose Molina is with the Toronto Blue Jays.
Odd Future: A profile of the rap collective Odd Future in the Arts & Books section elsewhere in this edition omits the names of two albums released by members of the group since its London and New York shows in the fall. In addition to the three albums mentioned, the collective released Mellowhype’s “Blackendwhite” and the Jet Age of Tomorrow’s “The Journey to the 5th Echelon.” Since the group’s beginning, it has also produced a variety of other albums, singles and mix tapes. The error was detected after the section went to press.
San Francisco dining: An article about San Francisco restaurants in the April 7 Food section said that Benu is in the Mission District. It is in South of Market, or SOMA.