Back on July 25, 1989, Seinfeld aired on NBC for the first time. So this summer will mark the 25th anniversary of the classic sitcom's debut episode. And one minor league baseball team, the Brooklyn Cyclones, are going to celebrate the occasion by holding a special "Seinfeld Night" on July 5, which is set to include a bunch of things that true Seinfeld fans will love.

So what are the Cyclones going to do to make "Seinfeld Night" special? For starters, they're going to hand out Keith Hernandez "Magic Loogie" bobbleheads to the first 2,500 people who show up for the game. Hernandez made a cameo appearance on Seinfeld back in the early 1990s:

But they're not stopping there. The Cyclones are also going to rename MCU Park "Vandelay Industries" for the night. They're going to give away free tickets to anyone who can prove that they are a "Latex Salesman." And they're going to outfit their players in "puffy shirts" for batting practice. It sounds like it's going to be quite the event.

Interested in buying a ticket? They go on sale on May 10. Check out the Cyclones site for more info on the night.

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[via The Big Buzz]