So, what do we know now?
So, does yesterday’s court “ruling” mean the Wilpons are more likely to retain control of the Mets or less?
Bankruptcy seems to be an option, though the owners maintain they're not selling.
The Mets are in financial trouble. That's not good. But it could be worse.
Joining him were Mike Pelfrey, R.A. Dickey, Bobby Parnell, and Dillon Gee.
Jeff Wilpon himself confirmed it last night.
Wilpon explains his comments from Monday's press conference.
Next up: the search for a new GM.
Jeff Wilpon and Charles Wang have discussed building an arena in Queens.
The past two years have been bad enough for the Mets general manager. So why is he getting into fights with the press that he can't win?
The Mets hired Willie Randolph because of what he had come to represent. Four years later, that's why they fired him, too.