The most likely outcome: The judge lets the trial go forward as is, and the Mets' checkbook is mothballed
Technically, of course, this all has to do with baseball. But much of the news lately has involved not pitchers and catchers, but lawsuits and debt.
It seeks the return of some $300 million in what it calls "false profits."
The Mets' owners no longer oppose unsealing Irving Picard's suit against them.
Says a Mets lawyer for the Mets' owners: "We believe the complaint is baseless, both factually and legally."