The Bakersfield Condors of the American Hockey League will be having a humorous promotion on Nov. 3 when they host the San Antonio Rampage at the Rabobank Arena. The Condors will be having Undie Sunday and are encouraging fans to bring their undergarments to throw on the ice after the Condors score their first goal. The undergarments include socks, bras, underwear, boxers and undershirts.
The items will then be collected off the ice before the game resumes and given to charity. The game is being brought to you by 98.5 The Fox.
This is not the first time in 2018 that undies have made the sports headlines. At the 2018 Wimbledon, Australian tennis player John Millman made headlines when it was reported that his shorts were too bright. Millman's father was able to find white undies just in time, however, Millman still lost his second round match to Milos Raonic of Canada 7-6, 7-6, 7-6.
The Condors dropped to a record of two wins and three losses on Saturday when they lost 5-4 to the San Diego Gulls in a high scoring contest. Cooper Marody has taken over the Condors lead in points with six (two goals and four assists in five games).
The Rampage have got off to a slow start this season as they have a record of one win and four losses. Their leading scorer is Brian Flynn, who has three assists for three points.