Jerry Seinfeld blames Timmy Trumpet for Mets’ recent ‘bad mojo’

Jerry Seinfeld was not a fan of Timmy Trumpet’s stay efficiency of “Narco” at Citi Discipline final week.

The famed comic took to Instagram, responding to an SNY submit concerning the Mets being tied with the Braves atop the NL East after Tuesday’s motion, blaming the standings scenario on Trumpet’s efficiency as nearer Edwin Diaz ran in from the bullpen on Aug. 31.

“I blame that silly Trumpet efficiency,’ he wrote. “Celebrating in season. We haven’t received something but. Dangerous mojo.”

Maybe marred by historical past, Jerry Seinfeld was not a fan of Timmy Trumpet’s stay efficiency.
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Timmy Trumpet plays New York Mets relief pitcher Edwin Diaz #39 walk out music live as Diaz takes the field to pitch in the 9th inning.
Timmy Trumpet’s rendition of ‘Narco’ introduced the Citi Discipline crowd to its ft.
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The Mets had a ten.5-game lead over the Braves on June 1, although their NL East rivals have caught fireplace since. The Mets did end play Wednesday a half-game forward of Atlanta after a doubleheader sweep of the Pirates.

For Seinfeld, a famous Mets fan, it’s a case of historical past repeating itself.

“Identical as when Baja Males confirmed as much as play ‘Who Let Canine Out’ in 2000 WS,” he added in a separate remark. “Sequence ended proper there.”

Seinfeld didn't hide his disdain for the performance.
Seinfeld didn’t conceal his disdain for the efficiency.

The Mets’ 2000 run to the World Sequence used the Baha Males hit “Who Let the Canine Out?” as a rally music, even having the group carry out the tune forward of Sport 4 at Shea Stadium. The Mets misplaced Video games 4 and 5 to the Yankees, and their shot on the title.

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