Okay, so I think it's a fair assumption that the Binghamton Mets had no idea what they were endorsing when they decided on have a 'Netflix and chill' night. The lettering being pulled straight off the side of an 'ICEE' machine speaks to that. However, the essence of 'Netflix and chill' doesn't have to die just because a minor league baseball team isn't going to take kindly to a bunch of teenagers paying $5 a seat to publicly fornicate. Think about what 'Netflix and chill' meant before it became a "thing". It was a bunch of dudes using the ruse of syndicated television to ease their way between the legs of gullible women. Well, 'Netflix and chill' night is essentially just a way to get gullible people to pay to watch minor league baseball using the ruse that there will be anything even remotely sexual happening in the building. Is it false advertisement? Absolutely. So was using a pay-per-month online streaming media service to get a woman to dress comfortably and lay bed with you. Are you going to put up a stink about it after being too dumb to realize that this promo was basically the minor league affiliate of your father using "on fleek" in the wrong context? Absolutely not. Mostly because the most you would get out of it is a free ticket to another crappy baseball game, but also because your sex life has benefited greatly from the cunning act of deception.
The Binghamton Mets marketing team is probably run by a bunch of oblivious old white guys who happen to occasionally eavesdrop on their horny teenage sons. That doesn't mean that they don't know how to get what they want out of the people they promote themselves towards, and nothing encapsulates the spirit of 'Netflix and chill' quite like that premise.
Oh, and if you can find some poorly lit seats I am fairly certain that nothing will get a girl to fuck you out of boredom quicker than minor league baseball.