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So we’ve [Deadspin] been working on a story the last couple weeks about Mark  Sanchez’s romancing of a 17-year-old girl. She reached out to us first  and agreed to cooperate. Then she didn’t. Then she did again. Now, of  course, her lawyer has contacted us.
Continue reading… Deadspin
‘Same old Jets’ seems to be taking on an entirely new meaning.

Jerry Seinfeld was 38, Shoshanna Lonstein was 17. - TheBigLead - People

sportsnetny:

So we’ve [Deadspin] been working on a story the last couple weeks about Mark Sanchez’s romancing of a 17-year-old girl. She reached out to us first and agreed to cooperate. Then she didn’t. Then she did again. Now, of course, her lawyer has contacted us.

Continue reading… Deadspin

‘Same old Jets’ seems to be taking on an entirely new meaning.

Jerry Seinfeld was 38, Shoshanna Lonstein was 17. - TheBigLead - People

TBS pays tribute to George Steinbrenner, principal owner of the New York Yankees, who died on Tuesday, with five nights of back-to-back episodes in which George Costanza (Jason Alexander) works for the team. The celebration gets rolling with “The Opposite,” in which George convinces Steinbrenner (voiced by Larry David and portrayed by Lee Bear, above, who is seen only from behind) to hire him. In “The Secretary,” at 7:30, George discovers that Steinbrenner’s assistant makes more than he does.

SEINFELD on TBS - 7 P.M. 

NYTimes 

Jerry Seinfeld Talks Lady Gaga With Keith Hernandez in Mets Broadcast Booth

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The New York Post’s Michael Starr reports that Jerry Seinfeld will join Gary Cohen and Keith Hernandez in the SNY booth for 3 innings of the Mets’ home game against Detroit next Wednesday evening.

It will be Seinfeld’s first visit to the SNY booth and the first time he and Hernandez have talked about the famous, 1992 episode called “The Boyfriend.” The episode featured Keith asking gym-pal Jerry to help him move out of his apartment — and being accused by Kramer and Newman of spitting on them after his error at first base cost the Mets a game.
“That was a baptism under fire,” Hernandez says of his “Seinfeld” gig. “I think there’s always the fear of the unknown … and I was terrified, to be honest.
“I have a very hard time watching that episode, period. I’ve only seen it once or twice.
“Let’s be realistic — I’m not Marlon Brando, and I never took acting lessons.”

Can’t Stop The Bleeding

The New York Post’s Michael Starr reports that Jerry Seinfeld will join Gary Cohen and Keith Hernandez in the SNY booth for 3 innings of the Mets’ home game against Detroit next Wednesday evening.

It will be Seinfeld’s first visit to the SNY booth and the first time he and Hernandez have talked about the famous, 1992 episode called “The Boyfriend.” The episode featured Keith asking gym-pal Jerry to help him move out of his apartment — and being accused by Kramer and Newman of spitting on them after his error at first base cost the Mets a game.

“That was a baptism under fire,” Hernandez says of his “Seinfeld” gig. “I think there’s always the fear of the unknown … and I was terrified, to be honest.

“I have a very hard time watching that episode, period. I’ve only seen it once or twice.

“Let’s be realistic — I’m not Marlon Brando, and I never took acting lessons.”

Can’t Stop The Bleeding