As we perused the streaming newsfeed located on the right-hand side of our page (shameless plug), we came across this article on Sunday morning….

NY Post:

Mets reliever Tim Byrdak turned the team’s luxurious clubhouse into a chicken coop this weekend — buying an $8 hen in Chinatown that he kept stashed at Citi Field for the Subway Series.

We originally called him ‘Little Derek Jeter,’ ” Byrdak said before last night’s game.

Byrdak, the team’s joker who is known for his outrageous sense of humor, ordered up the bird to play a practical joke on teammate Frank Francisco.

The name Jeter didn’t last long — and they decided, “We’re going to call him Little Jerry Seinfield.” It’s a nod to an episode of “Seinfeld” in which Kramer buys what he thinks is an egg-laying hen and names it after his Met-loving neighbor, Jerry. The bird turns out to be a champion cockfighting rooster.

Full article is here.