A game about nothing: the Brooklyn Cyclones celebrate 'Salute to Seinfeld Night'
To honor Seinfeld's 25th anniversary this year, the Brooklyn Cyclones held Salute to Seinfeld Night at their home at MCU Park.
Well, normally it's MCU Park. On Saturday, it bore a different name:
Vandelay Industries Park will be pumping tomorrow night. All remaining tickets on sale at 5 PM on Saturday pic.twitter.com/G2LKDYFeev- Brooklyn Cyclones (@BKCyclones) July 5, 2014
The Mets' Single A affiliate took the promotion all the way, even offering special Keith Hernandez "Magic Loogie" bobbleheads:
If you don't recall the "magic loogie," let's get you caught up:
But the fans weren't the only ones getting involved -- check out the Cyclones' uniforms:
Seinfeld Night...it's real and it's spectacular pic.twitter.com/jKjhJ6BoQA- Brooklyn Cyclones (@BKCyclones) July 5, 2014
And look who threw out the first pitch!
But the fans came prepared:
My snack had too much salt on it and I don't have any water... These pretzels are making me thirsty! cc @BKCyclones- Alex H. Nagler (@Nagler) July 5, 2014
And the in-game festivities were on point:
Some people got a bit too into the proceedings, however:
Can't make this up... My mom said someone in the stall next to her at the @BKCyclones salute to Seinfeld night asked for toilet paper.- Lisa (@lchamoff) July 6, 2014
Hopefully, that fan's mom was a bit more generous with her toilet paper.