The Brooklyn Cyclones will be hosting a “Full House Tribute Night” this season, including giving away John Stamos bobbleheads to the first 2,500 fans, which features his “trademarked perfectly coiffed hair.”
“The Brooklyn Cyclones are set to pay homage to the ‘City by the Bay,’ and their most famous residents – The Tanner Family – this summer at MCU Park,” the Cyclones said in a statement. “The Cyclones cannot say with certainty that they will HAVE MERCY on their opponents that evening, the Rush Hour Renegades (Okay, they’re actually from Hudson Valley, but we’re going for a theme here in case you didn’t notice).”
The Cyclones will be wearing special jerseys on July 9 to commemorate “Full House” as their on-field jerseys “will feature a foggy Golden Gate Bridge on the front and a design reminiscent of Uncle Jesse’s wallpaper, pink bunny and all, on the back.”
And in honor of Jesse and Rebecca’s 25th wedding anniversary, the Cyclones are allowing the first 25 couples who were married in 1991 to throw a first pitch prior to the game.
Now you might think how rude it is that the Cyclones are only focusing on Jesse Katsopolis, but cut it out, the team has much more in-game entertainment planned.
The Cyclones will also be holding a Danny Tanner clean-off, a Kimmy Gibbler stinky feet competition, and a “How Rude” pout cam.
Single game tickets go on sale in May, but the team is offering a special “Fill the House” package to purchase on Friday, March 4.