On Saturday, Brooklyn's minor league baseball team, the Cyclones, suffered a brutal 18-2 loss against the Aberdeen IronBirds, but they came away with the goodwill of a New York crowd as they celebrated the 25th anniversary of Seinfeld. In honor of the occasion, the Cyclones renamed the stadium Vandelay Industries Park, and got dressed up in puffy shirts, invited Larry Thomas (a.k.a. the Soup Nazi), and gave away Keith Hernandez "Magic Loogie" bobbleheads. After the game, they held an Elaine Benes dance-off, where various women tried their very best to dance very badly. It's harder than it looks!
And let's remember how it's really done: