The Durham Bulls were "jerks" for one night.
The minor league baseball team honored the neighboring Carolina Hurricanes by hosting Bunch of Jerks Night on Friday.
The Hurricanes adopted the moniker last season after "Hockey Night in Canada" commentator Don Cherry referred to them as "a bunch of jerks" for their innovative postgame Storm Surge celebrations, which were wildly popular with fans and people who love fun but not so much with others.
For the night, the Bulls, the Triple-A affiliate of the Tampa Bay Rays, wore special uniforms and hats.
The introductory lineup card imagined all the Bulls players as Hurricanes.
And there were a couple of current Hurricanes, defensemen Jaccob Slavin and Haydn Fleury, in attendance. They stepped up to the plate to take a few cuts.
And teammates noticed.
Hamilton the Pig, the Hurricanes' biggest swine backer, also checked in.
The official Carolina mascot, Stormy, teamed up with Wool E. Bull at the game.
One thing is for sure: No one wearing those custom unis could look like an actual jerk.