Bayside High is relocating to Brooklyn this summer.
On Jun 24, a Brooklyn Cyclones will wear Saved By The Bell-inspired jerseys, finish with pinkish flamingoes and Zack Morris’ oversized cellphone.
The New York Mets teenager joining Class A associate group skeleton to not usually enclose totally rad uniforms, though also host a “Mr. Tuttle’s Learner’s Permit On-Field Obstacle Course” and an positively clean and dimpled turn of “A.C. Slater’s Sitting Backwards Musical Chairs.” The group also records that “Anyone named Johnny Dakota is criminialized from a ballpark since we ‘Say Nope to Dope.'” Bummer.
Fans peaceful to dirt off their stonewashed jeans or theme their hair to perm chemicals can run a bases after a game. Don’t worry about looking out of place, normcore sports fans; a diversion is in Brooklyn, so you’ll only demeanour like each other retro fashionista.
The flashback dusk is partial of a team’s Way Back Wednesday series. Last year’s festivities enclosed a genuine and fantastic Seinfeld night.
Single-game tickets don’t go on sale until May, though superfans can squeeze a limited-edition “Baseball to a MAX” sheet package starting Feb. 11 during 10 a.m. ET. The $40 special offer includes a sheet to a game, pre-game cruise and commemorative t-shirt.