Monday February 16th, 2015

SNY, the television home of the Mets, replaced studio analyst Bobby Ojeda with Nelson Figueroa this season and Jerry Seinfeld is not pleased. 

Ojeda, a member of the 1986 World Series team, was reportedly upset the network wouldn't give him a raise after six years on the job. 

Seinfeld was disappointed that the guy who started the Bill Buckner game was replaced by the guy who went 6-11 in two seasons with the Mets, but Figueroa tried to curry favor with the team's most famous fan.

At least Seinfeld still watches Mets games.

- Dan Gartland

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