‘Seinfeld Night’ can be properly hosted by only 1 team … and they’re doing it
Take a wild guess which team is hosting “Seinfeld Night” at their ballpark?
Of course, it’s Jerry Seinfeld’s beloved New York Mets.
Their July 5th game at Citi Field will have a Seinfeld theme and giveaways.
Here's the bobblehead the Mets will give away for this event.
Jerry Seinfeld is also scheduled to host a "Seinfeld" trivia competition at Citi Field that night.
"Two of my favorite things in all the world are the comedy arts and my New York Mets," Seinfeld said in a statement. pic.twitter.com/L96Wje7zbm
— Anthony DiComo (@AnthonyDiComo) May 16, 2019
That date is the 30th anniversary of the “Seinfeld” pilot. Seinfeld will be on hand for trivia with fans.
That’s gold, Jerry! Gold!
Larry Thomas — the “Soup Nazi” character from the show — will be greeting ticket-holders on the concourse.
At PNC Park earlier this year, it was “no hot dog buns for you.” At Citi Field on July 5, it’ll be “No soup for you!”
The Mets should cease sales of all other concessions and serve only soup out of portable armoires. Kind of like soup food trucks.
Crab bisque, wild mushroom, turkey chili, jambalaya …
OK, maybe they can sell black-and-white cookies for dessert.
I think the least that could be done for Newman is that all postal workers get in for free.
The Mets host the Yankees on July 3. Could they have a “Costanza night” as the opening act? As you may recall, George worked for that other New York team for a while.
Yes, before you ask, Keith Hernandez will be there.
Let’s just hope he doesn’t spit on anybody.
Naturally, much like that fateful day, the Phillies will be the opponent for the proceedings.
Although, if (Kevin) Newman and (Kevin) Kramer are up at the same time for the Pirates by then, I think the Buccos should be allowed to bump the Phillies for a one-game series, don’t you?