1995: Ball Night The hometown team, playing to tie for first in the division, is forced to forfeit after balls come raining down following the ejection of manager Tommy Lasorda in the 9th inning.
1974: 10 Cent Beer Night Game is forfeited after beer-fueled riot breaks out in the stands and fans flood field armed with stadium chairs and bottles. Opposing player and future team manager Mike Hargrove is pelted with hot dogs and fist-fights a rioter.
1979: Disco Demolition Night The second game of a double-header is cancelled after rowdy fans rush the field following the detonation of a large crate filled with disco records. The crowd is eventually dispersed by police in riot gear, though much damage has already been done to the playing surface.
2010: Vuvuzela Night The distribution of 15,000 plastic horns fills the stadium with buzzing, causing players and umpires to wear earplugs. The noise leads manager Fredi González to miscommunicate a lineup change, causing a player to be called out on a technicality.
2003: Sausage Race During the 6th-inning sausage race, visiting Pittsburgh Pirate Randall Simon reaches out with a bat and knocks over the Italian sausage entrant, who collides with the hot dog as well, providing footage for many an ESPN blooper reel.
2001: Derek Lowe Poster Night Following the blowing of a two-run lead by the team closer, posters featuring his image are hurled onto the field and burned outside the stadium.
1975: Army Day Temporarily playing at Shea Stadium while their own stadium is under renovation, the guest home team's artillery demonstration blows a hole in one part of the center field fence, sets fire to another, and shatters nearby windows.
1985: 4th of July Fireworks Following a 19-inning game featuring multiple rain delays, holiday fireworks are launched at Fulton County Stadium at 4:01 am, alarming neighboring residents and jamming 911 lines.
1987: Seat Cushion Night In another promotion that puts throwable objects in the hands of spectators, play is stopped multiple times to clear out seat cushions from the field. Everything works out for the best, though, as the remaining cushions are used to celebrate Tom Herr's walk-off home run, which propels Whitey Herzog's team closer to winning that year's NL pennant.
1962: Break the Jinx Night In their first year of existence, the then-Colt .45s bring in a shaman to curse the Phillies after having lost 15 in a row to them. However, the stunt is unsuccessful and the team proceeds to lose both games of the day's doubleheader.
2012: Hunter Pence Bobblehead Giveaway Night Plans for the giveaway of a bobblehead featuring fan favorite Hunter Pence go ahead as scheduled... following his trade to the Giants. Pence does go on to receive a World Series ring fewer than two months later.
1942: Scrap Metal Day After offering free admission to the Polo Grounds to any child who brings in scrap metal for the war effort, the home team featuring Johnny Mize and Mel Ott is forced to forfeit the second game of a double-header after unsupervised kids swarm the field.