Mets Need A Loan: “The Mets, in need of cash to pay off loans and meet other financial obligations, can no longer look to Major League Baseball for substantial monetary assistance, according to two people briefed on the team’s finances. The league, having already extended the Mets a $25 million loan in November to help the team meet operating costs, will not make another major loan to the club.” As a reeling Randolph Duke famously demanded at the end of Trading Places … Sell! Sellll! [NYT]
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