The San Francisco Giants hosted Full House night at AT&T Park on Wednesday and it was everything a ‘90s kid could dream of.
Jodie Sweetin, a.k.a. Stephanie Tanner, kicked things off, announcing "Play Ball!" before the game, and series creator Jeff Franklin threw out the ceremonial first pitch.
It made it across the plate, thank god pic.twitter.com/N8f5Od9LfR— jeff franklin (@fullhouseguy) October 1, 2015
The two also posed for a shot with Giants mascot Lou Seal before the game, dubbed "Full Clubhouse" night.
Full house night at Giants stadium with Jodie and Lou Seal pic.twitter.com/tVLF95qhDG— jeff franklin (@fullhouseguy) October 1, 2015
Andrea Barber, who played Kimmy Gibbler on the beloved sitcom -- and is reprising her role on the Netflix update Fuller House -- tweeted pics from the game, including the enviable snow globe giveaway.
The whole gang, including co-stars Candace Cameron Bure and Scott Weinger, also posed for a group pic on Sweetin’s Instagram.
It’s not the first time the Giants have paid tribute to the ‘90s sitcom set in San Francisco. Back in August, the team recreated the show’s famous opening credits, using Giants players and manager Bruce Bochy as flawless stand-ins for John Stamos, Bob Saget, and the rest of the gang.