Lawsuit: Mets Owners Made $300 Million In "Fictitious
Profits" From Madoff Ponzi Scheme

Lawsuit: Mets Owners Made $300 Million In "Fictitious Profits" From Madoff Ponzi Scheme

Since the 2008 revelation that Bernie Madoff’s wildly profitable investment business was all just smoke and mirrors, the owners of the New York Mets have claimed they were one of the victims of the Ponzi scheme. However, a newly unsealed lawsuit says that the Mets owners not only ignored warnings that Madoff was too good to be true, but that they made hundreds of millions off the scheme. [More]

Mets Fan Sues Team, League, Players & Bat Maker After
Getting Hit By Broken Bat

Mets Fan Sues Team, League, Players & Bat Maker After Getting Hit By Broken Bat

In August 2007, a man was sitting in the second row of Shea Stadium watching the New York Mets blow another promising season when he was struck in the face by the barrel of a shattered bat. He suffered multiple injuries including a shattered jaw as a result. Now, almost three years to the day, he’s filed suit against the Mets, Major League Baseball, players Luis Castillo and Ramon Castro and the bat manufacturer. [More]

Mets Sing 'Take Me Out To The Upsell'

Mets Sing 'Take Me Out To The Upsell'

Anthony wants a ticket to see the Mets host the Yankees at Citi Field, and is annoyed that the Mets will only sell him tickets in groups of five or more. He sent us his email exchange with a CSR: [More]