Mark Simon of ESPN sat down with Jerry Seinfeld and interviewed the devout New York Mets fan about his love of baseball. (If you're a fan of baseball, Jerry, or both, I encourage you to check it out. It's an entertaining read.)

Simon asked Seinfeld for his thoughts on "the current evolution of statistics in baseball." The comedian responded:

"I love it. I haven't fully absorbed them yet. OPS is better than batting average. WHIP is better for me than ERA, but it's hard to get them into your bones. There's no such thing as too many stats."

There's no such thing as too much Seinfeld.