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The Brooklyn Cyclones are bringing back their wildly popular Seinfeld night promotion for the third year, with a new set of giveaways and events to keep fans of the much-referenced '90’s sitcom entertained.

By Extra Mustard
April 21, 2016

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The Brooklyn Cyclones are bringing back their wildly popular Seinfeld night promotion for the third year, with a new set of giveaways and events to keep fans of the much-referenced '90’s sitcom entertained.

This year the team will be handing out Roger McDowell “Second Spitter” bobbleheads, building on their previous Keith Hernandez “Magic Loogie” handout from 2014.

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Fans who wish to purchase the special J. Peterman packages will also receive a second bobblehead of Peterman holding President John Kennedy’s broken golf clubs and a T-shirt emblazoned with the logo “Make Kramerica Great Again,” and get a chance to meet J. Peterman actor John O’Hurley.

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The in-game events will include “Izzy Mandlebaum’s Feats of Strength,” a fitness test dedicated to Jerry’s elderly trainer, Astrounaut Pen Pictionary, which requires fans to draw while lying on their backs, and “Look to the Cookie,” a black and white cookie-eating contest.

The July 2 game will also feature the “Third Annual Elaine Dancing Competition,” where fans try their best to imitate the herky-jerky dance move Julia Louis-Dreyfus made famous.

 

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