Jerry Seinfeld is upset with the changes to the Mets' TV coverage

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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