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Wilpon: Mets are 'bleeding cash'

Posted on: May 23, 2011 11:25 pm
Edited on: June 1, 2011 11:38 pm
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By C. Trent Rosecrans

Mets owner Fred Wilpon is talking again -- and this time it's not just about his players. In an upcoming Sports Illustrated story, Wilpon says the Mets are "bleeding cash," the New York Daily News reports.

Wilpon tells the magazine he could reach an agreement to sell a minority stake in the team for $200 million in the next three weeks, but didn't say to whom. 

Wilpon said he's afraid he'll lose the team if Irving Picard, the trustee who represents Bernie Madoff's victims, wins his $1 billion lawsuit against him.

The more and more that comes out about the Wilpons, it seems like it won't be long until Bud Selig has to act much like he did in Los Angeles. 

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Since: May 13, 2011
Posted on: May 24, 2011 1:13 am
 

Wilpon: Mets are 'bleeding cash'

he desrves every bad break and every bit of misfortune that comes his way for letting his worthless weasel son jeff run the team into the ground the weasel started his tenure by fireing joe mcilvane the man who helped put a championship team and then hired a bunch of incompetent moronic jerks phillips,ducquette, and the biggest buffoon of all minaya before his old man steped foward and let the commissioner hire his current gm ha ha ha you deserve to lose the team you morons


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