"Fans will have the opportunity to pose for pictures with the lovely ladies as we showcase seriously splendid visual appeal", the release said.
"The Ogden Raptors offer honest apology to anyone who was offended by the promotion itself and the contents of the press release, and in no way supports the objectification of women".
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The "hourglass" models were to be provided by Stars Talent Studio, a Salt Lake City-based agency that bills itself on its website as the "largest talent agency in the Intermountain West representing actors, models, voice talent, singers, bands, musicians, dancers, pro-athletes and more!"
Raptors President Dave Baggott said Tuesday the team regrets "an unauthorized press release" that was sent out over the weekend and that it was not approved by the team's management.
The team didn't immediately return phone and email messages from The Associated Press seeking comment. Baggott said the promotion does not reflect the values of the Raptors or the Dodgers. Last year, the team was forced to end a tradition where men dressed up as drag queens to rake the infield after outraged fans wrote to the league, according to KUTV.
There hasn't been this much controversy over a Utah minor league theme night since the Orem Owl's failed Caucasian Heritage Night in 2015. That team, a minor league affiliate of the Los Angeles Angels, apologized for what they said was meant to be a joke with wonder bread on burgers with mayonnaise, clips of the "Friends" and "Seinfeld" TV shows and an attempt to "solve the vertical leaping challenge".