Tuesday, July 10, 2018

New York Mets, a laughingstock, ownership don't care about winning

Fred and Jeff Wilpon, owners of the New York Mets,  will gladly charge major league prices for tickets.
  But, they don't have the decency to put major league talent on the field. 

These two skinflints are oblivious to what it is like to share a city with the New York Yankees.  All they do is bitch and moan about the money the Yankees spend on their team.  They say it's unsustainable.  The Yankees haven't had a losing season since 1992 and they are very far from financial collapse.

What's unsustainable is the pain Mets fans suffer knowing the Wilpon won’t sell the Mets.  What's unsustainable is the chuckles from sports writers and commentators trying to describe the way the Mets go about their business without breaking into laughter. 

How much pain is enough Fred to convince you to sell the Mets and give Mets fans relief?              

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