— The first 100 fans will receive a pair of suspenders.There are worse reasons to get to the ballpark.
— There will be on-field contests including "To Tell the Truth" and an offshoot of the game "Two Truths and a Lie" called, "Two Truths and a Brian Williams."
— Any fan in attendance named Brian Williams will have the opportunity to throw out the first pitch, and a fan of that name will be assigned to read tall tales.
— Between innings, fans will be able to audition to be a TV news anchor, and fans will be able to vote on a winner. The results will then be sent to NBC.
— And finally, a pair of pants said to be from Williams will be burned ceremonially.
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