The Mets are a playoff contender right now, and if they are within five games of a playoff spot, they will not be sellers at the trade deadline.
Last month, David Einhorn said his agreement to become minority owner of the Mets was a “win-win” for both sides. The hedge funder may have underestimated his end.
David Einhorn, the Mets’ new minority partner (pending approval), was once again at Citi Field on Monday, and spoke to the media for the first time in person.
An amazin’ group of fans were willing to step right up and own the Mets — until MLB put the kibosh on their bid.
After a beautiful holiday weekend, Boomer & Craig were back in the saddle again this morning and they got things started by talking about the Mets, who after dropping 2 of 3 to the Phillies, belted out 15 hits in a 7-3 win over the Pirates on Monday.
Hedge fund manager David Einhorn, who has agreed to buy a minority stake in the New York Mets, says the deal is a “win-win agreement” for both sides.
Met fans need to remember not to get too high or low as their franchise goes through this transition, but there is a strong belief that the organization is heading toward a brighter future.
The Mets are returning home after a major change in their ownership structure. Awaiting them is a division rival anxious to end some road woes.
Following yesterday’s early exit, R.A. Dickey talked with the media and spoke of a burning sensation… which is never a good thing.
David Einhorn “is a man” (says Ace Ventura) and he is also going to be the new minority owner of the Mets. According to Craig, this is a very bad thing indeed.
The Mets have a taker. The club has agreed to sell a minority stake of the franchise to David Einhorn, president of Greenlight Capital Inc.
The financial temperature of the Mets is significantly better than it was 24 hours ago and everything I hear about new minority owner David Einhorn indicates he will provide not only finance, but an infusion of enthusiasm and innovation.