…with another baseball season right around the corner not only to you get the main attraction, the game itself, well its supposed to be the main attraction. But as we’ve known around here for several years that you also need a ton of promotions to get those fanny’s in the seats. The biggest promotion for Pirate fans are Fireworks night. But promotional events for Minor League teams are also very important too. Now I don’t know what kind of promotional budget they have to deal with but the last thing a team needs is to have to abandon a promotion due to a backlash.That’s just what happened to the Charleston River-dogs, a South Carolina minor league baseball team. They had to cancel their OJ Trial Night set for May 26th after said backlash. The description of the promotion reads…The trial of the century gets a juicy new spin. We will finally receive the verdict that everyone has been waiting for…pulp or no pulp. Fans will act as our jury voting with custom paddles to reach verdicts on various topics throughout the night. The eyes of the nation will be upon us. Fans will receive an OJ Trial shirt upon entering the stadium. If the shirt don’t fit, you must…see if we have a different size. The Team president David Echols released a statement saying “After taking a step back and having further reflection on the overall message that was being conveyed, it was the responsible thing to do. I’m sorry but I thought that was a great idea. I’m wacky like that but what a great idea and to finally find out…Pulp or no Pulp. Personally I lean toward the no pulp. I mean we are talking about the juice right?