Tuesday, September 17, 2013

Hey, Jerry Seinfeld's Doing The Mets Broadcast

Trapped In Flushing
We can just hear it now: "Hey, why does the pitcher have to be ten inches higher than everybody else? Who the hell is this guy? 'Clear out everybody I'm working with rosin bags up here. I'm spitting on my hands and then I'm gonna rub it onto a little ball! That's my whole job. I can't be down low with you people. Then I'm gonna walk to the dugout. And it's really hard.'" Jerry Seinfeld will be calling the Mets game tonight from the SNY TV booth in lovely Flushing, NY. This is appointment television for those of us with the MLB TV package. But, then again, it's the Mets playing—and frankly, I'm not really into the struggles of Daniel Murphy or Josh Satin. So, I guess I have to agree with what Seinfeld once said, "Men don't care what's on TV. They only care what else is on TV."