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The Gary Southshore Railcats will wear jerseys based on the red leather jacket from 'Beat It' to honor Michael Jackson on June 21st. SHAMONE
In the greatest quirky baseball game promotion ever, the State College Spikes will be wearing Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air jerseys on June 29.
The Brooklyn Cyclones are bringing back Star Wars Night, and this time they're bringing Jedi bird bobbleheads and Darth Maul jerseys.
The Brooklyn Cyclones are honoring the 25th anniversary of 'Seinfeld' on July 5 with a very special night of events.
The Durham Bulls will host another 'Star Wars' night, but this time players will be wearing some awesome R2D2 jerseys.
The Kalamazoo Growlers of the Northwoods League are reaching new lows with a SALUTE TO SELFIES night and jerseys covered in fan selfies.
The Stockton Thunder of the ECHL held an event allowing kids to paint their playing surface, and on 1/3 they'll seal it up and play on it.
The Minor League Lehigh Valley IronPigs had a CELEBRATION OF LIFE night, featuring a funeral giveaway to a man with Lou Gehrig's Disease. No, seriously.
Another day, another “mystery” solved.
This video of a woman rejecting her boyfriend’s marriage proposal at a New Britain Rock Cats game last week has to be fake.
Oh how Minor League Baseball loves courting controversy with the most salacious of promotional events.
In case you missed it yesterday, the Huntsville Stars minor league team had planned a ballpark promotion called “Second Amendment Night,” featuring free admission with an NRA membership and a bunch of gun raffles.
It has been a little more than four months since that insane Deadspin article blew open one of the most absurd hoaxes in sports, at least in this Internet era, as it revealed that Lennay Kekua, the reported dead girlfriend of Notre Dame star Manti Te'o, was the fabrication of a man named Ronaiah Tuiasosopo.
The Toledo Mud Hens are celebrating Star Wars on May 4 and 5 by wearing Chewbacca jerseys.
"Fiesta" your eyes on the Los IceHogs jersey, a special-occasion alternate for the AHL Chicago Blackhawks affiliate Rockford IceHogs.
Back in May, we told you about the Brooklyn Cyclones’ incredible plan to celebrate America’s independence, by honoring the people who care the least about everything – hipsters.
One of the first things that I plan to do whenever I eventually visit New York City for the first time ever is get 200 lap dances in a row at Rick's Cabaret.
It's not really fair to say that a Minor League Baseball team with a performing, five-member mascot band and a hot dog vendor who is half ostrich has "lost" their mind, but it's safe to say the Reading Phillies have been consistently out of it for years and the Baseballtown All-Star Home Run Derby is the next harrowing step of their descent into madness.