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David Einhorn could be three years away from buying his favorite sports team for an unheard-of bargain.
David Einhorn has a clear path to owning the New York Mets outright in three years and the only way Fred Wilpon can block it is if he repays the $200 million loan.
It’s tough running a stained sports franchise. Just ask dumpy Mets owner Fred Wilpon, who unloaded on his team in this week’s New Yorker.
Mets Owner Fred Wilpon Is Going To Get In A Lot Of Trouble For Saying Hurtful Things That Are All True
In this week’s New Yorker, Fred Wilpon ripped some of the best players on the baseball team he owns. He will catch hell for it. Here’s why he shouldn’t.
Listening to Tim McCarver offer up solutions is hardly a comfort, so yesterday New York’s funniest fan joined David Letterman to talk about Mets situation.
There’s been some discussion about a buyer purchasing a minority share of the Mets, but Tim McCarver thinks Fred Wilpon must completely free himself of the team.
In a move that could turn the Mets into even more of a disaster, or help them transition into a playoff contender, Donald Trump is considering buying the team.