NEW YORK (WFAN) — On Tuesday, comedian Jerry Seinfeld called into the “Boomer & Carton” program as a man on a mission.

The sitcom star told WFAN co-hosts Boomer Esiason and Craig Carton that he’d be happy to organize an event to bankroll a reunion between the television home of the Mets and Bobby Ojeda, whose compensation was a factor in the split.

Seinfeld has long been a fan of Ojeda’s work on SNY, and the outspoken 1986 champion will be replaced this season by former Mets pitcher Nelson Figueroa.

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Well it turns out that Seinfeld had a change of heart shortly after chatting with the dynamic duo.

After receiving a plea from Figueroa on Twitter to give him a chance, Seinfeld decided to embrace the new studio analyst.

Though Boomer & Carton are fans of Figueroa and support him in his new role, they expressed disappointment with their famous friend on Wednesday.

“Jerry Seinfeld completely pulled a 180 on us,” Carton said on Wednesday morning. “Here I am, I call the Mets. I call SNY. I’m trying to set up the big Boomer & Carton Jerry Seinfeld ‘Ojeda, We Need Ya’ event. I’ve got everything lined up. And then Nelson Figueroa — who’s a good dude, by the way — he sends Jerry Seinfeld a tweet.

“And all of a sudden ‘Mr. Tough Guy,’ ‘Mr. I Want To Humiliate Them,’ ‘Mr. I Need Me Some Bobby Ojeda’ — as I agreed with, and was in 100 percent — suddenly went from ‘Ojeda, We Need Ya’ to a different line.”

The different line? “Fig Nelsons,” which is apparently Jerry’s new nickname for Figueroa. The legendary comic also included a rather cold #overojeda in his tweet.

“Seinfeld had a chance to stay the course, and to continue the pledge of ‘Ojeda, We Need Ya,'” Carton said. “And here I am working behind the scenes to make the event happen. And then I get a phone call from (producer) Al (Dukes). And he goes, ‘We’re done with the ‘Ojeda, We Need Ya.’ … He goes, ‘Cancel all of it. Seinfeld’s done!'”

Boomer added that Seinfeld “wilted,” and he “can’t be a foxhole guy.”

Ouch.

It’s OK, Jerome. The morning guys still love you.