The Los Angeles Dodgers have announced that they will be hosting a Seinfeld Night at Chavez Ravine for the 30th anniversary of the show.
These pretzels are making me thirsty.#Dodgers celebrate 30th anniversary of #Seinfeld on their May 29 game against the Mets. Ticket includes exclusive Commemorative Seinfeld 30th Anniversary Baseball. pic.twitter.com/yN86brL18D
— Dr. Vassilis Dalakas (@DrSportBusiness) April 26, 2019
The event will take place on Wednesday, May 29th when the Dodgers take on the New York Mets at 7:10pm PT.
The show Seinfeld, created by Jerry Seinfeld and Larry David, aired its pilot in July of 1989 and ended production in May of 1998. Seinfeld continues to be one of the more popular sitcoms amongst the masses over the last half-century.
To enjoy Seinfeld Night, special event tickets only will be accepted. Special ticket holders will also receive a 30th anniversary Seinfeld baseball that can be seen here.
Also, just a reminder that when Cody Bellinger came up as a rookie, he hilariously had never heard of the show Seinfeld. That should be a laugh inside the clubhouse once again on May 29th.
If you are a super-fan of the show, make sure to buy tickets as this will be one of the many giveaways in the month of May!
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