The Chicago White Sox of course lead all professional sports teams with promotions that don't always go as planned. You recall the famous Disco Demolition debacle that took place back in July 12, 1979, where the second game of a double header had to be cancelled due to fans ripping the field apart between games.

Check this White Sox unintentional promotional disaster. KKK rally at the ballpark? Not quite, but it sure looks like it.

This past weekend the White Sox management came to the conclusion that handing out white ponchos with pointed hoods before their game against the Los Angeles Angels a great idea. Hmmmm... a stadium full of fans wearing white, robe-like ponchos with pointed hoods can’t possibly cause any harm, right?