2. Silent Night
Another brilliant promotion from Mike Veeck and the Charleston Riverdogs took place on July 14, 2003. Already having the record for the lowest attendance with "Nobody Night," the Riverdogs tried for the quietest game ever, with Silent Night. During the first five innings of the game no talking was allowed. Most fans duct-taped their mouths shut and held up signs to cheer or boo, and even had “HEY BEER MAN!” signs. In place of ushers, librarians were used and golf marshals with “Quiet Please” signs lined the field as well. It was almost as quiet as a Florida Marlins game.