Already having recorded the lowest attendance record with 'Nobody Night', the River Dogs' 'Silent Night' had talking and cheering forbidden until the fifth inning during the game, with many fans creating signs to cheer and boo, along with several signs to signal the beer vendor along the aisle.
Librarians replaced the ushers and golf marshals were on hand to hold 'quiet please' signs.
Jose Canseco played for several independent league teams since the end of his MLB career.
The independent Fullerton Flyers in California gave away juice boxes to fans at the gates when the slugger came to town as a member of the Long Beach Armada.
In 2009, the Dunedin Blue Jays, Class-A Advanced affiliate of the Toronto Blue Jays, hosted 'Office Space Night.' The evening inspired by the cult classic movie released in 1999 gave fans the opportunity to participate in a 'flair' contest (15 pieces minimum), along with trivia contests with questions from the movie and the chance to smash a printer with a bat.The Miracle did the opposite by wearing road uniforms, running the scoreboard from the ninth inning to first, paying customers to park cars in the lots, switching the men's and women's restroom and having players ask the fans for autographs.As president of the Charleston River Dogs, Mike Veeck has been known for delivering some of the best promotional nights in baseball at his team's ballpark, but his 'Silent Night' in 2003 may take the cake.The 35-year-old fan took his at-bat in the eighth inning of the game and popped out to the catcher, he did impress enough to get an invitation to play in an exhibition game the following night against a Japanese team.The Charleston River Dogs, Class A-affiliate of the New York Yankees, held a 'Nobody Night' in 2002 where fans were purposefully locked out of the stadium until the fifth inning, therefore resulting in the official attendance being zero.