This summer, New Yorkers can get excited about nothing -- because the Brooklyn Cyclones are bringing "Seinfeld" to the ballpark.


On July 5, the team will host a "Seinfeld Night" 25 years after the show's pilot aired on NBC.


The first 2,500 fans will receive a Keith Hernandez "Magic Loogie" bobblehead and the organization promises "non-stop Seinfeld themed entertainment from beginning to end."


MCU Park will be transformed into Vandelay Industries Park, where uniformed mailmen will throw out the ceremonial first pitch and fans can air grievances at the information table.


Players will wear puffy shirts for batting practice and a game of Risk will be held on the Concourse. Fans can also look forward to some Elaine-style dancing and a cereal eating contest.

The festivities may change between now and game day, according to the team, so watch out for the Soup Nazi or ballpark staff dressed completely in velvet.

"Yada yada'll have an awesome night," the Brooklyn team wrote on its website.

Tickets go on sale May 10 at 10 a.m. For more information call 718-37-BKLYN.

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