Found June 26, 2012 on IT IS HIGH, IT IS FAR, IT IS caught: Yardbarker Blogger Network
PLAYERS: Jerry Seinfeld
Note to Media: World famous Met mascot chicken, Little Jerry Seinfeld, is expected to arrive today at the Farm Sanctuary in Watkins Glen between noon and 2 p.m.Little Jerry will pose for photographs and address the media briefly before meeting with Farm Sancutary officials to discuss protocols for his rehab. Media are urged to arrive early for security scan and proper credentials.

Mets' chicken 'Little Jerry Seinfeld' sent down to farm

The New York Mets have retired "Little Jerry Seinfeld"— the chicken whose 15 minutes of fame has come to pass— and will send him from the big leagues down to the farm. The clucking good luck charm will not end up as someone's feather duster or Josh Beckett's mid-game locker room snack after the bird was handed over at Citi Field to an upstate New York animal...

'Little Jerry Seinfeld' Chicken Given New Home by Mets Players

Shortly after Frank Francisco made waves in the baseball community for calling the New York Yankees "chickens," reliever Tim Byrdak sent a clubhouse attendant into Chinatown to buy one for the Mets to have as a joke. Now "Little Jerry Seinfeld," as Byrdak christened the unofficial mascot, has a new home at Farm Sanctuary in Watkins Glen, N.Y., according to ESPN...

Little Jerry Seinfeld Doesn’t Help Mets Beat Yankees

Meet Little Jerry T... He may be a “lean, mean pecking machine,” but Little Jerry Seinfeld wasn’t much help for the New York Mets this past weekend against the Bronx Bombers – Mets reliever Frank Francisco called the Yankees “chickens” and earned a New York Post “Cluck You” headline page heading into their weekend series. Then they took it a step further and brought...

Mets buy chicken for Frank Francisco, name it Little Jerry Seinfeld

Before this weekend’s Subway Series, Mets closer Frank Francisco notably called the Yankees a bunch of “chickens.” It was funny because it’s such a childlike insult. Everybody had a good laugh about it (see the New York Post’s take on it here), especially Francisco’s own teammates. After the quote started getting attention, Mets reliever Tim Byrdak paid $8 for a chicken...

Mets' chicken goes from 'Jeter' to 'Seinfeld'

Mets reliever Tim Byrdak has changed the name of his clubhouse chicken from "Little Derek Jeter" to "Little Jerry Seinfeld."  The $8 hen— Byrdak had a friend pick up in Chinatown— was renamed in honor of the Mets-loving comedian. The bird was smuggled into the Mets clubhouse after closer Frank Francisco called the Yankees "chickens" on Thursday...

Why Mets juju doesn't work

The Mets’ good-luck clubhouse chicken was sent down to the farm yesterday after the Amazin’s lost to the Yanks Saturday — but the move didn’t help last night.The brassy bird — dubbed “Little Jerry Seinfeld” — was handed over at Citi Field yesterday to a rep from an upstate animal sanctuary by zany Mets reliever Tim Byrdak, who bought the fowl as a prank Saturday...
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