Fred Wilpon

Biggest Storylines From This Year In Mets Baseball

December 31, 2012 // 0 Comments

Despite the 74-88 record, it was quite a memorable year for Mets fans, more so than any recent years. This season, we witnessed an amazing story of redemption, a feat that hadn’t been accomplished by any Met, signs of hope for the future, and much more. Let’s look back at some of the [...]

Rubin: Mets Payroll Won’t Change In 2013

August 19, 2012 // 0 Comments

In a report on ESPN New York, Adam Rubin says that payroll levels next season will be similar to this season’s: Although general manager Sandy Alderson publicly said last week a formal budget has not been established for next season, the Mets are likely to have a payroll comparable to the [...]

SNY to buy 16% of the Mets

February 3, 2012 // 0 Comments

After months and months of negotiations, hopelessness, and calls by fans to sell the team, it appears the Wilpons are nearing the end of their campaign to raise $200 million to keep the franchise from going under. Today,it was reported by the New York Times that SNY and Time Warner Cable are buying [...]

2011 looking back: positives and negatives

December 31, 2011 // 0 Comments

This year was hardly one to remember for Met fans. Wit the team strangled in debt and scandal, it was hard to find positives in anything regarding the orange and blue. First, I’ll start off with the top three negative storylines of 2011, just to get them out of the way: 3) Johan [...]

Why is Selig being so lenient with the Wilpons?

December 24, 2011 // 0 Comments

I was reading an artcle from the New York Times this morning and one part really struck me: Selig may never tell Wilpon he has to sell. But Selig could be waiting for banks to grow so concerned that they demand that Wilpon sell the team he has owned, outright since 2002, to recover all [...]

Wilpons take one more step in destroying the future

December 21, 2011 // 0 Comments

In one of the most, if not the most, ridiculous moves so far this winter, the Mets yesterday decided they would eliminate their minor league team in the Class-A Gulf Coast league. The GCL Mets, as the team is often reffered to as, is at the lowest level of the minor league. Last year, prospects [...]

The Mets’ rebuilding plan…

December 3, 2011 // 0 Comments

Joe Janish brought up a very interesting topic in a piece he wrote in Mets Today the other day, in which he brought up a bunch of questions about rebuilding. It got me thinking of how the Mets are going to rebuild, when, with what, etc… so I decided to do a little research… First, [...]
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