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Report: Real Estate Fund Run By Mets Owners Was $300M In The Red Last YearThe fund $497 million fund -- which included $150 of Sterling's own money -- was down to just $150 million in cash and investments as of June 2015, Deadspin reported.
Familia, Mets Agree To $4.1 Million, 1-Year ContractThe deal Wednesday was $50,000 above the midpoint between the $4.8 million Familia wanted and the $3.3 million the Mets offered when the sides exchanged proposed arbitration salaries last month.
Mets Willing To Consider Long-Term Deals For Young-Gun StartersMatt Harvey, Jacob deGrom, Noah Syndergaard and Steven Matz brought excitement back to Citi Field, and Zack Wheeler is expected to return to the Mets around July 1 following Tommy John surgery.
Yankees' Andrew Miller Tells WFAN That Winning Outweighs Yielding Closer Role To ChapmanLed by Miller, Chapman and Dellin Betances, the Yankees' bullpen figures to be among the best -- if not the best -- in the majors this season.
Cespedes Says Staying With Mets Always Was His PreferenceYoenis Cespdes says he chose happiness over more money.
Mets Spring Training Stadium Needs Millions In Repairs, Report SaysThe New York Mets spring training stadium in Florida reportedly needs millions in repairs.
Mets Deal OF Ceciliani To Blue Jays For CashThe 25-year-old hit .206 with one home and five steals in 68 at-bats as a rookie last year.
Sweeny: Yankees' 2017 Solution For First Base May Be A Familiar FaceGreg Bird’s injury affects the 2017 Yankees a lot more than it affects them in 2016.
Yankees' Greg Bird To Miss 2016 Season With Torn LabrumGreg Bird, who made a boisterous entrance into the major leagues as a rookie with the Yankees last season, will miss the entire 2016 season with a shoulder injury, the team announced Monday.
Palladino: Offseason Changes Could Lead Mets, Yankees To Same PlaceThe Mets and Yanks have shown this offseason that different isn’t always bad.
WATCH: Matt Harvey Opens Up About Sex LifeThe New York Mets ace opened up about his sex life on Andy Cohen’s “Watch What Happens: Live” show on Bravo Thursday night.
Ivan Nova Agrees To $4.1 Million, 1-Year Deal With YankeesPitcher Ivan Nova and the New York Yankees have agreed to a $4.1 million, one-year contract and avoided salary arbitration.

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