Rookie hazing can get a little chaotic when the first-year players almost outnumber the veterans. Take the Oakland A's, who initiated a whopping 17 first-year players Wednesday according to a San Francisco Chronicle blog entry. The vets convinced the rookies to wear the outfits on the team plane and to the hotel for the last road trip of the season.
The A's aren't the only major league club to haze their rookies over the past week or two. More photos after the jump.
San Diego's rookies head back to the clubhouse after posing for a photograph at Coors Field dressed like waitpeople from a Hooters restaurant:
The Dodgers, who clinched the NL West title on Friday, also got in on the action. Hiroki Kuroda of Japan poses with interpreter Kenji Nimura (left), while A.J. Ellis (right, channeling Carmen Miranda) hams it up for the home crowd: