NEW YORK (WFAN) — Jerry from Queens — aka iconic comedian Jerry Seinfeld — called into WFAN host Steve Somers’ radio show, as he’s been known to do from time to time, on Saturday.

Seinfeld, a lifelong Mets fans, attended Game 3 of the World Series — a 9-3 Mets win — alongside fellow comedian Chris Rock and planned to be at Citi Field for Game 4 following a Halloween party with his wife and kids.

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The two discussed New York’s first win of the series, what is in store for Friday night’s game and whether the Royals had a right to be upset with Noah Syndergaard’s high-and-tight pitch to Alcides Escobar.

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Seinfeld also gave his thoughts on Long Island kid and Mets fourth starter Steven Matz, and told Somers how he feels before going on stage and performing. When asked by Somers if he will attend Games 6 and 7 in Kansas City — if necessary — the “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee” creator said that he won’t be there because he feels it’s rude.

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Seinfeld told Somers that he’ll call into his show again on Monday — The Schmoozer will sign on at 6:30 p.m. —  but the host has to remind him.