Minor League Baseball has long been known for their crazy themed promos.
Everything from "Constanza Night" based on the Seinfeld episode where George does the opposite of what he'd typically do, to "Awful Night" filled with all things awful, has been done.
Now one team is capitalizing on the bevy of somewhat amusing celebrity scandals of late, with Anthony Weiner's troubles headlining their "Scandal Night."
The Richmond Flying Squirrels, a Double-A farm team in the San Francisco Giants franchise, will be offering hot dogs for $1. Fans can then tweet pictures with their $1 wieners to win prizes.
Weiner isn't the only scandal part of the fun however. Oh no. There will be a Brett Farve football toss and a Tiger Woods closest to the pin contest.
While Flying Squirrels VP, Todd Parnell says the event is very "tongue in cheek", it has caused some fans to call foul.
Sound off THG'ers.... Is it scandalous of the Flying Squirrels to host a "Scandal Night"?