Forbes Determines Net Value Of Mets Is (Negative $225MM)

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Forbes Determines Net Value Of Mets Is (Negative $225MM)

Forbes Magazine throws another log into the fire and after their analysis they determine that the Mets and Citi Field have a net book value of negative $225 million dollars. Ever since he bought controlling interest of the New York Mets in 2002, Fred Wilpon has used leverage to juice his MLB franchise. He borrowed […]

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There’s No Telling What To Expect From The Mets In 2011

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Usually teams have a rough idea heading into spring training of what to expect for the season. Not so for the 2011 edition of the New York Mets. They could move dramatically in either direction. Sandy Alderson said he’s hoping for a competitive season, which means building up from .500 and laying the groundwork for […]

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Take Me Out To The Ball Game

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Take Me Out To The Ball Game

I always love to see the Mets own the back pages of our local newspapers, but this wasn’t exactly what I wanted to see this morning. Kind of sad actually. For all those who are saying that Fred Wilpon and Bernie Madoff are not involved in the Mets business just check out Page One of […]

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Francesa: Mets Fans Should Be Cringing Right Now

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During his show on WFAN today, Mike Francesa said that comments made by Sandy Alderson yesterday should give Mets fans “plenty of cause to be concerned and even more cause to cringe.” Francesa was referring to statements Alderson made while announcing that they had avoided arbitration with R.A. Dickey and Angel Pagan. When asked if he felt the Wilpon/Madoff […]

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Piazza Talks Ownership, Mets Fans, Future in Baseball

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Mike Piazza was honored last night, along with Angel Pagan, at the Thurman Munson Awards Dinner in Manhattan. Piazza was asked about the ownership situation, and he talked about Mets fans in this situation.  He told this to reporters. “For me, I think of the fans [who] are frustrated, and I get a little frustrated […]

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Angel, Anywhere In The Outfield

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Mike Mazzeo of ESPN New York, had some quotes from newly signed Angel Pagan regarding the upcoming situation of whether he should play in right or centerfield. “I talked to manager Terry Collins and he said he wanted to sit down with me and Carlos and decide [on who starts in center and who starts in […]

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Majestic Athletic Debuts 2011 Mets Batting Practice Jersey

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Majestic Athletic Debuts 2011 Mets Batting Practice Jersey

Today is the big day for those of you anxiously awaiting the release of the new 2011 Mets Batting Practice Jerseys and other Mets gear from Majestic Athletic. The official outfitter of Major League Baseball unveiled all the new Mets designs today via their Facebook page. I think I liked the orange under the sleeves […]

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From Left Field: Getting Your Head Back In The Game

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From Left Field: Getting Your Head Back In The Game

Boy, I can’t wait for this season to get started. This offseason has been filled with a negative feel, whether it be the fact that the Mets have no money to spend, the signing of “mediocre” free agents, Oliver Perez and Luis Castillo’s presence on the team, and now the hoopla surrounding the Wilpons’ money […]

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Steve Phillips Weighs In On Wilpon/Madoff Mess

An article by posted on February 1, 2011 0 Comments

Check out the following AOL Fanhouse video clip featuring former Mets GM Steve Phillips who defends the Wilpons from most of the fire they are getting from the rest of the media. Phillips makes some great points, and knows the Wilpons better than 99% of the people who are casting aspersions and making false allegations against them. For […]

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Is There Crying In Baseball?

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Is There Crying In Baseball?

Mike Francesa opened his daily show this afternoon with his thoughts about the Wilpon mess. He has levied some strong accusations against the Wilpons. What set the stage for Francesa, was this piece in the New York Times by Alison Leigh Cowan which reveals the Wilpons were involved in another Ponzi scheme as recently as two years ago. […]

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