This Wednesday, Nickelodeon is teaming up with the Brooklyn Cyclones to present "The ‘90s Are All That," a tribute to the Nickelodeon programming of your childhood (assuming you are part of Gothamist's all-important "young people who grew up with cable" demographic). The game's first pitch will be thrown out by none other than Kel Mitchell, star of All That and Keenan & Kel.

All seats to the event are $10 and random fans will be selected to take part of a "Double Dare!" game, complete with sliming; fans can also pose with a piece of the aggro-crag from the show Guts. Basically, if you want to get incredibly nostalgic for your not-so-distant childhood while you reap the sweet alcoholic rewards of adulthood, this night's for you. Also, Cyclones games are fun as hell anyway. And if you're still somehow not convinced to attend, check out the awesome uniform above. You'll be the coolest member of your kickball team next spring!

Judging by recent event nights, like Seinfeld night, it seems the Cyclones have really hit on what people want from a minor league baseball game—nostalgia, the chance to dress up, and an opportunity to remember what matters most: television.

And beer. Of course beer.