Legendary funny-man and life-long Mets fan Jerry Seinfeld will hit Citi Field's broadcast booth to help call Tuesday's matchup with the Giants with Gary Cohen, Ron Darling and of course, Keith Hernandez on SNY.
Hernandez previously teamed up with Seinfeld back in 1992 in the classic episode of the Long Island native's sitcom titled "The Boyfriend."
"Four guys who love to talk sharing one broadcast booth sounds like a bad idea on its face," Seinfeld told The Hollywood Reporter. "I don't even know if the chairs will fit. But to spend an evening with Keith, Ron and Gary, I will stand if I have to."
Seinfeld also will appear on SNY's pregame show with former Mets pitcher Bob Ojeda and host Chris Carlin before the action gets underway on the diamond.
Tuesday's game will mark the second time that Seinfeld has called a Mets game, following the June 23, 2010, game against the Tigers (video below).
I'm pretty sure lots of laughs will be on tap on Tuesday. It'll be nice for Mets fans to have a reason to tune in during what has been a tough season to watch with Matt Harvey's early season dominance being an exception.