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Mets host Seinfeld night

Posted on: May 7, 2011 11:21 pm

By Evan Brunell

The famous Soup Nazi from the Seinfeld TV show was at City Field on Saturday night to give DVD prizes to fans who answered trivia questions about the show correctly. Actor Larry Thomas appeared in character as the Soup Nazi, a cult character from the show who appeared in the seventh season.

He uttered the famous phrase, "No soup for you!" when appearing on the video board and wearing his chef's whites.

Thomas wasn't the only Seinfeld alum to appear at the game. Jerry Stiller, who played Jason Alexander's character's father as Frank Costanza. Stiller led the crowd in singing "Take Me Out To the Ballgame" from a suite during the seventh-inning stretch. He entertained the crowd with an a capalla version of the song.

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Category: MLB
Tags: Mets

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