Self-proclaimed New York Mets fan Jerry Seinfeld returns to television, as he will make an appearance tonight on SNY broadcast.
By Patrick Comia

It’s no secret that comedian Jerry Seinfeld is a New York Mets fan.

He’s been tweeting about his favorite team in the past, and made appearances at Citi Field.

Seinfeld’s most famous tweet went viral when the team found success with their late season addition of Yoenis Cespedes:

Now, he will become part of the broadcast team tonight on SNY, when the Mets play the Washington Nationals.

Wonder what calls he will make fun of or question in the broadcast?

“What’s the deal with Matt Harvey and inning limits? Doesn’t he know he gets paid millions just to show up to the ball park?”


“What’s the deal with Terry Collins and interviews? Doesn’t he know people have to enlist the help of an interpreter to understand his post-game interviews?”

I don’t believe anything will be off limits tonight, even his old co-star Keith Hernandez may not be immune. However, I believe if he doesn’t ask Jerry to help “move” some furniture, the former 1986 World Series champion will be safe.

But, I hope the SNY booth has plenty of liquid refreshments. The comedian might drop a hint to everyone when he snacks on something at the ballpark, tonight.

These pretzels…are making me thirsty

Enjoy the fun tonight, Mets fans!

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