This is an entertainment story.
No, it's a baseball story.
Or, it's a pop culture story.
Oh, let's just call is a story about nothing.
Today's New York Times reports on how Brooklyn's minor-league baseball team marked the 25th anniversary of the TV show Seinfeld.
Players took batting practice in puffy pirate shirts. A fan reeled in a slice of marble rye bread with a fishing rod from the suite level. George Costanza announced the third inning. And the first 3,000 attendees at the temporarily renamed Vandelay Industries Park received a Keith Hernandez “Magic Loogie” bobblehead.
All that and more celebrated “25 years of nothing” on Saturday, when, in honor of the debut of “Seinfeld” a quarter century ago, the Brooklyn Cyclones transformed MCU Park in Coney Island into a one-night shrine to one of New York City’s enduring contributions to television comedy. ...
Here's how one New York-area TV station covered it: