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They’re Still All Smaller Than John Kruk


*Jul 19 - 00:05*As part of the festivities for their “Bellies and Baseball: A Salute to Pregnancy” promotion, the Brooklyn Cyclones held a Lamaze class in centerfield before Sunday nights game. They also had a run/walk around the bases, a throwing of a ceremonial first pitch by women in their third trimester, and instead of the 7th inning stretch, held the 7th inning stretch marks on the field.

The team also said that any expectant mom who gave birth at the game or names her child “Brooklyn” or “Cy” gets free season tickets for life. Not a bad deal!

In addition the team also featured special “craving stations” with pickles, ice cream and anchovy pizza.

The Cyclones won 2-1.

[NY Daily News]


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