Mets' minor league affiliate to pay homage to "Full House" with show-themed night

The fictional Tanner family captured the hearts of many over the eight seasons and 192 episodes that "Full House" was on the air.

Almost 29 years after the show debuted on television, the Brooklyn Cyclones, the New York Mets' Class A affiliate, will celebrate the famous show with a Full House Night on Saturday when they play the Hudson Valley Renegades.

The team will sport a jersey featuring the Golden Gate Bridge on the front (since the show was set in San Francisco), a picture of the Tanners' house on the left sleeve, and a pink bunny on the back, which is meant to resemble the wallpaper in Stephanie Tanner's first bedroom.

The first 2,000 fans in attendance will receive a John Stamos bobblehead. He, of course, played the lovable Uncle Jesse character on the show. According to a team release, the souvenir will include his signature hairstyle.

It will be a whole night of show-themed activities at MCU Park on Coney Island. For example, in honor of Uncle Jesse and Aunt Becky's 25th wedding anniversary, the first 25 couples to arrive who were married in 1991 will be able to throw out a first pitch. There will also be a "How Rude" Pout Cam in honor of Stephanie Tanner's popular retort on the show.

Unfortunately, no cast members are advertised to attend the event.